Foundations of Interactive Modelling and Simulation, 1st ed. 2016
Simulation Foundations, Methods and Applications Series


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Interactive Modeling and Simulation in Business System Design
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This classroom-texted textbook/reference presents a set of useful modeling techniques, describing how these can be combined into a powerful framework for the analysis and design of business systems. These techniques follow an interactive modeling and simulation (IMS) approach, enabling the modeling and simulation of separate parts of the system at different levels of abstraction, and the composition of these parts in a flexible crosscutting manner that preserves the behavior of the individual parts. Topics and features: presents a detailed introduction to the foundations of IMS for business system design, covering protocol modeling and goal modeling semantics; describes the practical application of IMS for business system design, illustrated by a selection of useful case studies; highlights the advantages of this approach to IMS for business system design, with a focus on performance management, motivation modeling, and communication; includes review questions and exercises at the end of each chapter.

Introduction to Interactive Modeling and Simulation

Behavior Modeling for Interaction

Goal Modeling for Interaction

Mastering Interactive Modeling and Simulation with an Insurance Case

Examples of Business Models

Interactive Modeling and Simulation of Performance Indicators

Motivation Modeling for Interactive Simulation

Modeling and Simulation of Multiparty Communication Businesses

Future Research Opportunities

Dr. Ella E. Roubtsova is a Senior Member of the IEEE, an Honorary Fellow of Munich University of Applied Sciences, and an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Informatics at the Open University of the Netherlands.

Discusses the semantic compatibility of behavior models needed for simulation, and goal and conceptual models needed for reasoning and decision-making

Reviews the similarities and differences of model testing and interactive simulation

Provides examples of interactive executable modeling and interactive simulation of business systems