Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems

Project Description

Today's computer technology supports researchers and scientists in developing their complex ideas and innovative technologies. The use of such new ideas and technologies in an increasingly complex overall technical and ecological system will be examined in this project. These can be production systems, transport systems, computer networks, smart grids, or even a combination of such systems.

The modeling and analysis of such complex systems is supported by powerful data structures and algorithms, which enable the use of common PCs for the calculations. For example, data structures such as Multi-Valued Decision Diagrams (MDDs), analytical methods from queuing theory, hybrid simulation, Mixed-Integer Linear Programming (MILP), and combinations tailored to the system are used.

Project Period

    2016-01-01 – 2019-01-01

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