A Method for Multi-Scale Modeling of Production Systems
This paper presents our first research steps aiming at the development of a method for multi-scale modeling of production systems. Thereby the importance to support the modeling process is stated and the motivation for the development of such a method is pointed out. This is followed by the analysis of the state of the art concepts for developing a method to model complex systems. The approach to model a system with less experience and effort and the process of multi-scale modeling of a production system are firstly introduced. It concludes with the selection of suitable enabling technologies and a roadmap.
Keywords:Multi-scale Modeling Factory and Process Planning Production System
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