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Distributed simulation of virtual workshops for the multi-site scheduling feasibility evaluation

Abstract : In this article, a distributed simulation tool for the feasibility evaluation of multi-site scheduling is proposed. The application areas concern supply chains (SCs) or networks of distributed workshops. The distributed simulation of workshops, called virtual workshops, generates various problems of causality and of tasks execution coordination. These problems are addressed in the proposed distributed architecture by the use of High Level Architecture protocol guaranteeing the synchronisation and the chronology of events occurring in the distributed simulations. An application to a simple case of the SC organising the flow between three workshops shows the effectiveness of the distributed simulation tool.
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Simon Enjalbert, Bernard Archimède, Philippe Charbonnaud. Distributed simulation of virtual workshops for the multi-site scheduling feasibility evaluation. International Journal of Production Research, Taylor & Francis, 2011, 49 (22), pp.6663-6676. ⟨10.1080/00207543.2010.520911⟩. ⟨hal-03644226⟩

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