ABMS (Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation) has arisen as new approach to effectively support domain experts to cope with the growing complexity of the problems which they have to face and solve. To date, few methodologies are available which can be exploited by domain experts with limited programming expertise to model and subsequently analyze complex systems typical of their application domains. The easyABMS methodology has been proposed to overcome the lack of integrated methodologies able to seamlessly guide domain experts from the analysis of the system under consideration to its modeling and analysis of simulation results. In this paper, the effectiveness of easyABMS is demonstrated through a case study in the logistics domain which concerns the analysis of different policies for managing vehicles used for stacking and moving containers in a transshipment terminal.

Exploiting the easyABMS methodology in the logistics domain / Garro, A; Russo, W. - 494(2009), pp. 317-324. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Int’l Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems and Simulation (MAS&S) tenutosi a Turin, Italy nel September 7-11, 2009..

Exploiting the easyABMS methodology in the logistics domain

GARRO A;RUSSO W
2009

Abstract

ABMS (Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation) has arisen as new approach to effectively support domain experts to cope with the growing complexity of the problems which they have to face and solve. To date, few methodologies are available which can be exploited by domain experts with limited programming expertise to model and subsequently analyze complex systems typical of their application domains. The easyABMS methodology has been proposed to overcome the lack of integrated methodologies able to seamlessly guide domain experts from the analysis of the system under consideration to its modeling and analysis of simulation results. In this paper, the effectiveness of easyABMS is demonstrated through a case study in the logistics domain which concerns the analysis of different policies for managing vehicles used for stacking and moving containers in a transshipment terminal.
Agent- oriented methodologies; Agent-based modeling and simulation; Container terminal management
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