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Title: Distributed supply chain simulation in GRIDS
Authors: Sudra, R
Taylor, SJE
Janahan, T
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), Orlando, December 2000. 1: 356-361
Abstract: Amongst the majority of work done in supply chain simulation, papers have emerged that examine the area of model distribution. The executions of simulations on distributed hosts as a coupled model require both coordination and facilitating infrastructure. A distributed environment, the Generic Runtime Infrastructure for Distributed Simulation (GRIDS) is suggested to provide the bonding requirements for such a model. The advantages of transparently connecting the distributed components of a supply chain simulation allow the construction of a conceptual simulation while releasing the modeler from the complexities of the underlying network. The infrastructure presented demonstrates scalability without losing flexibility for future extensions based on open industry standards
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