New Simulation Approaches to Ill-Defined Systems
Ill-defined systems like in environmental, biomedical and biotechnological studies pose several challenging problems in system simulation. The impact they have on simulators are touched in this paper. Methodology is stretched as well as computer hard-and software needs come into play. It is seen how techniques from artificial intelligence might be promising. Finally a proposed simulator environment currently under investigation at the University of Ghent is described.
KeywordsExpert System Real Continuous Function NATO Advance Study Institute Robot Experimenter Discrete Event Model
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