Unifying manufacturing simulation models using HLA
Price, Darren J., Walsh, Simon P. and Nahavandi, Saeid 2004, Unifying manufacturing simulation models using HLA, in 2004 2nd IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics : Collaborative automation--one key for intelligent industrial environments : 24th-26th June, 2004, Berlin, Germany, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, [Berlin, Germany], pp. 190-195.
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The increasing use of simulation in manufacturing has seen an increase in simulation models created using many simulation package. This use of different simulators can create simulation islands in a manufacturing factory, making it difficult to get a true simulated overview of the factory. At present, there are only a few cases where manufacturing simulations have been linked to enable multiple simulation models to run as one. This research expands upon these cases. For this paper the topic of discussion is the research in connecting different 'Commercial Off The Shelf' simulators together to allow flow of all information through the connected models using high level architecture.
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