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  • MISS Annual Meeting
    Other Centers represented with their annual reports 4 The case of the Centers which did not submit their annual reports for 2001 2002 and 2002 2003 Your recommendations Belgium Ghent Belgium Center Canada Sudbury ON Sudbury Center Italy Napoli Napoli Center Poland Warsaw Polish Center UK Edinburgh Edinburgh Center UK Leicester Leicester Center 5 How should we surpass ourselves Your recommendations for the future of the MISS Should we boost

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  • The McLeod Institute of Simulation Sciences of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International
    Science to be staffed by faculty from the MISS Centers initially from the Chico Center and others in the Western United States Faculty from other centers including those in Europe could also be engaged T Ören asked R Huntsinger to comment on R Crosbie s efforts in undergraduate M S education R Crosbie has been developing common core courses a meeting may be held next year to work on this endeavor F Barros indicated an interest in starting a European program to network Ph D students from the European MISS Centers using EU funding N Giambiasi responded that any joint educational efforts could face a complex process for approval A Javor noted that cooperation at the Ph D level would be far easier than at the bachelor s or master s levels T Ören will discuss these issues with R Crosbie He noted that the Association for Computing Machinery has a model curriculum for Computer Science Could not the MISS Centers produce a model curriculum for M S at all levels F Cellier pointed out that accrediting agencies do not generally go down to the individual course level in their specifications but rather seek to standardize outcomes skills and knowledge B Zeigler and R Huntsinger both expressed support for the concept of a model curriculum B Zeigler went on to state that he as SCS President would direct the new SCS Vice President for Education to work with R Crosbie T Ören mentioned the SimSummit efforts to develop an M S Body of Knowledge specification F Cellier recommended that the MISS Centers develop a spreadsheet to capture their educational programs courses while the other activities mentioned mature T Ören also noted that the Code of Professional Ethics in M S that he proposed has been widely discussed and adopted by some organizations B Fairchild stated that the Code of Professional Ethics for M S will be adopted by the SCS Board of Directors effective January 1 2004 SCS will also work with other professional societies to have them join in supporting the Code T Ören stated that the SISO Canada has adopted the Code of Professional Ethics for M S R Huntsinger noted that R Crosbie is very involved in the Simulation Education Effort with a focus on the needed skills and a model curriculum for undergraduate education This effort will evolve toward the master s level but not the doctoral level T Ören then discussed the potential for the MISS Centers to organize a speaker s group for M S A small committee could be appointed to select speakers and topics that would be accredited by the MISS B Loftin mentioned that professional societies that sponsor such speakers IEEE Computer Society Sigma Xi etc provide funding to support these programs B Zeigler suggested that the MISS Centers be encouraged to invite outside speakers MISS could then maintain a list of speakers and topics with abstracts and post in on the MISS website R Huntsinger stated that he would encourage

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  • McLeod Institute of Simulation Sciences
    course has been taught recently by Prof Ralph Huntsinger Prof Don Ariel and Mr Don Bidulock The course requires an extensive simulation project from each student The simulation related courses taught by the MISS host department are as follows 1 CPSC 531 Systems Modelling and Simulation 2 CPSC 559 Introduction to distributed systems 3 CPSC 567 Multi agent systems 4 CPSC 585 Games Programming 5 CPSC 587 Fundamentals of Computer

    Original URL path: http://www.mcleodinstitute.org/reports/AR03-Canada-Calgary.htm (2016-02-11)
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  • OC-MISS/SCS
    I 2002 Invited Plenary Paper Ethics as a Basis for Sustainable Civilized Behavior for Humans and Software Agents Acta Systemica 2 1 1 5 will also be published in the Proceedings of the InterSymp 2002 The 14th International Conference on Systems Research Informatics and Cybernetics of the IIAS July 29 August 3 Baden Baden Germany Ören T I 2002 Invited Paper SCS and Fifty Years of Progress 50th anniversary issue Modeling and Simulation 1 3 July September 32 33 Articles in Conference Proceedings 2002 A flow injection model using Cell DEVS A Troccoli J Ameghino F Iñón G Wainer In Proceedings of the 35 th IEEE SCS Annual Simulation Symposium San Diego CA USA 2002 Automatic verification of DEVS models L Morihama V Pasuello G Wainer In Proceedings of SISO Spring Interoperability Workshop Orlando FL USA 2002 Ören T I Elzas M S Smit I and L G Birta 2002 A Code of Professional Ethics for Simulationists Proceedings of the 2002 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Ören T I 2002 Rationale for a Code of Professional Ethics for Simulationists Proceedings of the 2002 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Ören T I 2002 Invited Paper In Search of a Value System for Sustainable Civilization Ethics and Quality Special Focus Symposium within InterSymp 2002 on Cognitive Emotive and Ethical Aspects of Decision Making and Human Actions August 1 2 Baden Baden Germany pp 69 72 Ören T I 2002 Future of Modelling and Simulation Some Development Areas Proceedings of the 2002 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Ören T I 2002 Invited Plenary Paper Growing Importance of Modelling and Simulation Professional and Ethical Implications Proceedings of the Asian Simulation Conference the 5th International Conference on System Simulation and Scientific Computing Cheng Zongji et al eds Nov 3 6 2002 Shanghai China International Academic Publishers Beijing World Publishing Corp Vol 1 pp 22 26 2003 Implementing finite state machines using CD T Zheng G Wainer Accepted for publication in Proceedings of the 2003 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Montreal QC Canada 2003 Models of complex systems using Cell DEVS J Ameghino E Glinsky G Wainer Accepted for publication in Proceedings of the 2003 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Montreal QC Canada 2003 Defining robot trajectories control using cellular model approaches K Lam G Wainer Accepted for publication in Proceedings of the 2003 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Montreal QC Canada 2003 Implementing Finite Element Method models using Cell DEVS H Saadawi G Wainer Accepted for publication in Proceedings of the 2003 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Montreal QC Canada 2003 Cellular modeling of a sand pile model H Saadawi G Wainer Accepted for publication in Proceedings of the 2003 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Montreal QC Canada 2003 VR visualization of 3D cellular models W Chen G Wainer Accepted for publication in Proceedings of the 2003 Summer Computer Simulation Conference Montreal QC Canada 2003 Interfacing Real Time DEVS models with a DSP platform L Li T Pearce G Wainer In Proceedings of the Industrial Simulation Symposium 2003 Valencia Spain 2003 Implementing Parallel

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  • Information of China society of MISS
    Conference The Annual Academic Conference of Chinese System Simulation Association will be held in XiAn P R China September 2003 5 Research activities include 1 Distributed Interacted Simulation technology research and application l Creating distributed interacted simulation systems based HLA l The simulation entities CGF Compute Generation Force man in loop flight simulator research development l Environment render 2D 3D display system sound system research l Distributed simulation architecture communication mechanism standard and specification l Modeling method entity dynamics and physical characteristics modeling intelligent decision making modeling verification validation and accreditation VVA of M S l Simulation management and system integration l Distributed database system application 2 VR technology and application research l The presentation and generation of Synthetic Natural Environment SNE l 3D modeling image generating drive and display of the multi channel visual system based microcomputer and work station l Virtual cockpit based helmet and digital glove l Modeling and display of the 3D virtual sound 3 Comprehensive system theory and its formal modeling l The comprehensive system consists of engineering and non engineering living being and nonliving being micro and macro thought and practice subjective and objective world individuals and groups system and environment etc The word Comprehensive also includes the connotation of idea and understanding l A comprehensive system could be abstracted as a comprehensive event dynamic system which includes continuous discrete and inference decision event dynamic systems It would be convenient to modeling and analyzing l The comprehensive system theory would be composed of concept structure specific features kinetics dynamics stability attainability and system optimization for the comprehensive system l The mathematic modeling for the competitive and synergetic system l The multistage linearization high order differentiation equation method for solving analyzing and synthesizing the nonlinear and variable parameter system 4 Artificial intelligent and simulation l

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  • 论文、报告、论著:
    Wei hua Dai Shu ling Wang Xing ren Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 3 March 2002 In Chinese 35 Framework of Distributed Collaborative Virtual Environment Zhang Yu hong Wang Xing ren Feng Qin Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 3 March 2002 In Chinese 36 Research on Infrared Physics Model of Virtual Environment Yang Zheng peng Feng Qin Wang Xing ren Ding Ying Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 3 March 2002 In Chinese 37 Research on Virtual Object Manipulation technology Mei Ji hong Lei Xiao yong Dai Shu ling Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 3 March 2002 In Chinese 38 Research and Primary Practice on Virtual Prototyping Engineering of Complex Product Li Bo hu Chai Xu dong et al Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 3 March 2002 In Chinese 39 Flight Simulation Model Base and Virtual Prototype Modeling Environment Yao Quan Jia Rong zhen Wang Xing ren Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 3 March 2002 In Chinese 40 General Flight Flight Simulation Platform with Man in the Loop in Distributed Interactive Simulation Environment Peng Xiao yuan Liu Li Liu Jie Zhang Wei Ma Ji feng Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 3 March 2002 In Chinese 41 Scenario Management in Web based Simulation Hu Ya hai Peng Xiao yuan Wang Xing ren Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 3 March 2002 In Chinese 42 Meta model Based Modeling Methodology Research of Complex System Mao Yuan Liu Jie Li Bo hu Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 4 April 2002 In Chinese 43 Virtual Cockpit System Dai Shu ling Lei Xiao yong Mei Ji hong Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 4 April 2002 In Chinese 44 Research and Implement of COSIM Run time Management Platform Wang Jiang yun Wang Xing ren Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 5 May 2002 In Chinese 45 An Adaptive Learning Approach of Maneuvering Target Tracking Based on Fusion of Multi Sensor Shi Xiao rong Wang Qin Zhang Ming lian Bi Jing Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 5 May 2002 In Chinese 46 Study on Credibility of Physical Effects of Man in the Loop Simulation System Zhang Wei Wang Jiang yun Wang Xing ren Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 6 June 2002 In Chinese 47 Application of Agent Oriented Method in Computer Generated Force Wang Hui xia Wang Xing ren Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 7 July 2002 In Chinese 48 Study on Database Technology of Advanced Distributed Simulation System Zhao Xin jun Wang Hui xia Wang Xing ren Gong Min Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 8 Aug 2002 In Chinese 49 Study of Key Techniques of CGF System Based on HLA Wang Hui xia Zhao Xin jun Wang Xing ren Journal of System Simulation Vol 14 No 9 Sep 2002 In Chinese 50 Servo Table Robust Control Based on Fuzzy RBF Neural Network Wu Yun jie Liu Jin kun Liu

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  • Annual Report of the
    invited to participate in two EU projects of the 6 th Framework program the project proposals of which have been submitted Education The simulation courses taught by the personal of the Hungarian MISS Center and the Gyor Center were the following At the Budapest University of Technology and Economics Modeling and Simulation in Economy Promoting Decision Making and Management by Simulation At the Szechenyi Istvan University Methodology and Application of Simulation There are 5 Ph D students working on their thesis at the Hungarian MISS Center They are actively taking part in the different research projects After having defended his Ph D thesis the staff member of the Center Gabor Szucs has been nominated assistant professor of the University At the Szechenyi Istvan University the accreditation of an interdisciplinary doctoral school is in progress within which a simulation doctoral program is to be established under the leadership of Prof Andras Javor Center simulation tools The main tool we apply in our research projects as well as in education is the AI controlled simulation system CASSANDRA Cognizant Adaptive Simulation System for Applications in Numerous Different Relevant Areas 3 0 we have developed in the recent years The CASSANDRA system has been applied in numerous international projects in various fields of application and its main features are outlined in the courses taught as mentioned above Another tool is the PASION simulation system developed at the MISS Center of Mexico and provided by courtesy of Prof Dr Stanislaw Raczynski director of the Center By the courtesy of Prof Dr Bernd Schmidt from the University of Passau we have obtained the simulation system SIMPLEX II as freeware Beyond CASSANDRA 3 0 developed by us we have already used the other two software systems as well By courtesy of Incontrol Simulation Software BV we have received the student version of their simulation tool Enterprise Dynamics Center highlights The Center intends to combine basic research of simulation methodologies coupled tightly with applications in various fields Our approach is that we aim at finding solutions to problems arising in practical problem solving where the existing solutions are inadequate In the past we have been participating in various projects that we intend to continue On the other hand we intend to get the students involved in the research work The main area of simulation we are active in is discrete simulation combined with artificial intelligence The possible field of applications is rather wide There are however some areas in which we already have been active or intend to be active in the near future These priority areas are flexible manufacturing systems traffic logistics conflict resolution micro and macro economy development of regions We are however open to undertake simulation in other application fields as well where our expertise and tools can be applied efficiently The direction in which we intend to work is the simulation of ill defined systems with particular emphasis on economic and multidisciplinary problems Our approach where we expect new results is the solution of

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  • Latvian Center of the McLeod Institute for Simulation Sciences
    Games Methodology of Discrete Event Simulation Research projects 1 Research grant from the Latvian Council of Science Development and Application of Simulation Based Tools for Analysis and Optimization of Logistics Systems 2 Accompanying Measure of the EC IST Program Simulation and IT Solutions Applications in the Baltic Ports Areas of the Newly Associated States Cooperation with European simulation centers Student exchange With the University of Ghent Belgium Department of Industrial Management 3 students from Riga Oksana Burska Marina Spaskova and Evelina Budilovicha worked 3 months in Ghent preparing theses in the area of manufacturing simulation All 3 theses were successfully presented at the home university i e Riga technical University With Delft Technical University 2 students from Delft René Leon Putman and Gerardus Adrianus de Reuver visited Riga during 2 5 months for a project work in Manufacturing Simulation Professor s exchange With the University of Ghent Belgium Department of Industrial Management In April 2003 Prof Rik Van Landeghem from the University of Ghent taught an intensive seminar in Riga in Supply Networks Design In May 2003 Prof Galina Merkuryeva from Riga Technical University taught an intensive course in Ghent in Discrete Event Methodology Project work With Otto von Guericke

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