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Holonic user driven methodologies and tools for simulating human organizations

Abstract : Enterprise Modelling,viewed as amodelling exercise of all / part of the organization structure in order to obtain a better understanding of its working mechanisms and performance, is a widely accepted practice. Rather new today, however, is the need for modelling frameworks capable of simulating business/management activities which depend much more drastically on demanding organization needs, severe time constraints and decisive human factors. In this paper, we show how to couple the Holonic Concept developed by A.Koestier for social organizations, Software Engineering Techniques like OMT, SADT, OSSAD, and Petri Nets, to get a user friendly and computerizable way for simulating processes involving both technical and human facets.
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Emmanuel Adam, Emmanuel Vergison, Christophe Kolski, René Mandiau. Holonic user driven methodologies and tools for simulating human organizations. ESS'97 European Simulation Symposium, Oct 1999, Passau, Germany. 755 pp. ⟨hal-03414063⟩

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