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MAS2003 Program

The International Workshop on Modeling & Applied Simulation

Claudio Hotel & Congress Center, Bergeggi - Italy

Italian Riviera / "Riviera delle Palme" - October 2 - 4, 2003

DAY 1: Thursday, October 2nd, 2003

Welcome and plenary speech: 2 October 2003, 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Coffee Break

Session I: 2 October 2003, 11:00 am - 12:30 am - Modelling Methodologies

Chair: Claudia Frydman, LSIS, France
MAS2003_13 Agent-Based Modelling And Simulation Of Distributed Business Processes In Supply Networks
Nick Szirbik, Gerd Wagner, Florin Tulba
TM, Eindhoven TU, NL
MAS2003_18 Ant Colony Optimization for Vehicle Routing in Advanced Logistics Systems
Luca Maria Gambardella, Andrea E. Rizzoli, Fabrizio Oliverio, Norman Casagrande, Alberto V. Donati, Roberto Montemanni, Enzo Lucibello
IDSIA, AntOptima, CH
MAS2003_21 Modular Representation of Non-Modular Hfss Models
Fernando J. Barros
Dept. Eng. Informática, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
MAS2003_22 Simulation Of Simulating Computerized Systems
Eugene Kindler, Ivan Krivý, Alain Tanguy
Department of Mathematics Ostrava University Faculty of Sciences, Czech Rep. & ISIMA France

Speakers Lunch

Session II: 2 October 2003, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm - Transportation Applications

Chair: Robert Signorile, Boston College
MAS2003_6 Solving Vehicle Routing Problem Using Multiple Objective Metaheuristic Algorithms
Michal Maciejewski
Instytut Maszyn Roboczych i Pojazdow Samochodowych - Politechnika Poznanska, Poland
MAS2003_7 Road Traffic Management Based on Ant System and Regulation Model
Sylvain Lerebourg, Cyrille Bertelle and Damien Olivier
LIH - Laboratoire d'Informatique du Havre - Faculte des Sciences et Techniques, France /td>
MAS2003_9 Simulation Of Bus Running Processes With Identification Of Node Loads With Use Of Genetic Algorithms
Grzegorz Slaski, Wojciech Osmólski and Pawel Kaczalski
Institut of Machines and vehicles - Poznan University of Technology, Poland

Coffee Break

Session III: 2 October 2003, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm - Simulation for Safety

Chair: Marina Massei, Liophant Simulation Club
MAS2003_10 Virtual Reality Simulation for Material Handling based on Open Source Technology
Roberto Revetria, Simone Viazzo, Enrico Briano, Matteo Brandolini
Liophant Simulation Club, Italy
MAS2003_5 PetroSim – A Framework to Simulate Crowd Behaviors in Panic Situations
Soraia R. Musse, Andre T. Da Silva, Bruno Roth, Katia Hardt, Leandro M. Barros, Leandro Tonietto And Marcelo H. Borba
PIPCA - Masters in Applied Computing - University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos (UNISINOS), Brazil
MAS2003_4 Modelling and Simulation of a Safety and Failure Management System for a demand driven Rail System
Markus Fahrentholz, Bengt Mueck, Wilhelm Dangelmaier
Heinz Nixdorf Institut, Universität Paderborn, Wirtschaftsinformatik insb. CIM, Germany

DAY 2: Friday, October 3rd, 2003

Session IV: 3 October 2003, 9:00 am - 10:30 am - Simulation of Production and Service Systems

Chair: Dr. Selma Limam Mansar, London Metropolitan University, UK
MAS2003_15 D.EV.S Modelling For The Proactive Control By Simulation Of Kanban Production Lines
Virgile Riccardi, Patrick Pujo, Claudia Frydman
LSIS France
MAS2003_16 Modeling The Wafer Transportation Problem In A Semiconductor Fabrication Facility
Jairo R. Montoya Torres, Helene Marian, Jean-Pierre Campagne
Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines, France
MAS2003_24 Production Planning and Control in the Textile Industry Using a Simulation Model
Isis Castillo Eduardo Zelaya
Centro de Alta Dirección en Ingeniería y Tecnología Universidad Anáhuac, Mexico
MAS2003_27 Artificial Neural Networks As Support For Scheduling In Food Industry
Matteo Brandolini, Alessandro Di Conza, Sergio De Michelis, Valentina Barcucci, Guido Boero
Liophant Simulation Club

Coffee Break

Session V: 3 October 2003, 11:00 am - 12:30 am - Simulation Aided Design

Chair: Stefano Saetta, University of Perugia, Italy
MAS2003_1 Communication and CAD tools: A tool for assistance to the Production Management and Maintenance in the building construction Field
Dalil Hamani - Farid Ameziane
UMR 694 MAP CNRS MCC - School of Architecture of Marseilles, France
MAS2003_3 An Approach to Simultaneous Development in Machine Tools Industry
Florian Grätz, Haitham Rashidy
Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management, Technical University of Munich, Germany
MAS2003_19 Evaluation of the global attenuation noise coefficient of an Active Control System in a Open Space
Ester Naves Machado Borges, Eduardo Bauzer Medeiros
Coordenação de Ciências, CEFET-MG, Brazil
MAS2003_28 Applicability of Virtual Prototyping Techniques to simulate a Launching Process
Matteo Codda, Riccardo Necrisi, Marco Raffa, Daniele D’Eugenio
Cetena, Fincantieri - Italy

Speakers Lunch

Session VI: 3 October 2003, 2:00 am - 3:30 am - Supply Chain & Logistics

Chair: Aldo Zini, CETENA
MAS2003_23 Conveyors With Rollers And Their Reflective Simulation
Pascal Berruet, Eugenio Kindler, Thierry Coudert
Department of Mathematics Ostrava University Faculty of Sciences, Czech Republich & University of Bretagne-Sud, France
MAS2003_25 Analysis of different models for the simulation of the transhipment in the supply chain
Stefano Saetta, Lorenzo Tiacci
University of Perugia
MAS2003_17 Constrained Production & Procurement Planning for SCM by using Simulation and Top-Down analysis
Massimo Bernocco, Marco Genta, Flavio Tonelli
DIP University of Genoa and ATOMOS, Italy
MAS2003_20 Putting Imagination To Work: IEPAL in Orlando
Priscilla Elfrey

Coffee Break

Session VII: 3 October 2003, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm - Simulation in Business

Chair: L.M.Gambardella, IDSIA, CH
MAS2003_12 Flexible Work Reorganisation For Retail Chains Supported By Simulation Models
Agostino Bruzzone, Marina Massei, Simone Simeoni, Chiara Briano
Liophant Simulation Club & DIP University of Genoa
MAS2003_8 CRM Implantation Methodology: Transforming Methods and Techniques in Relationship
Luciano Matarazzo Regno, Luiz Camolesi Júnior
Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, the Nature and Information Technology - Methodist University of Piracicaba - UNIMEP, Brazil
MAS2003_14 Using Simulation And Heuristics For Business Process Redesign: Combining The Task Parallelism And The Resequencing Best Practices
Selma Limam Mansar
London Metropolitan University, UK
MAS2003_11 Mobile Agents Driven Simulator for Supporting Distributed Maintenance
Roberto Revetria, Federico Figini, Matteo Sanguinetti, Claudia Caballini
DIP University of Genoa - Liophant Simulation Club

Gala Dinner

DAY 3: Saturday, October 4th, 2003

Special Sessions VIII: 4 October 2003, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm - MAS Concurrent Meetings

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