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[simu-conf] Theory and Foundations of Modeling & Simulation (TMS) - George Mason University, VA, USA – April 2020

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Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2019 18:43:57 -0400
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It is our pleasure to invite you to submit your contribution to the 

Theory and Foundations of Modelling and Simulation Track 

Spring Simulation Conference – April 2020

 

The submission deadline is December 16, 2019. More information on 

http://www.tmsdevs.org

 

TMS aims to provide a forum to present the most recent advances in the Theory and Foundations 

of Modeling and Simulation. The focus is on the M&S concepts, methods, methodology, practice, and toolkits, 

as well as related lessons learned and challenges. This track welcomes unpublished papers, and not under consideration 

in other venues, on the topics below as well as others that can help deepen and expand the M&S Theory and 

Foundations for better understanding and development of computing, physical, and human systems.

 

* Modeling & Simulation Formalisms (Agents, DEVS, Petri nets, Statecharts, etc.)

* Multi-Paradigm/Multi-Domain Modeling, Multi-Resolution/Multi-Scale Modeling

* Model Composition, Hybrid Modeling Languages, Multi-Modal Modeling

* Model Checking, Formalism-Based Model Debugging, Model Transformation

* Modular Hybrid, Spatially Distributed, and Ultra Large Scale Systems

* Embedded, IoT, and Fog Computing Systems

* Parallel, Distributed, Real-Time, Cloud-Based, and Interactive Simulation

* Co-simulation, Interoperability, Simulation Languages, Numerical Solvers

* Simulation and Model Development Visualization Tools

* Model Libraries, Repositories, and Data Formats

 

Organization Committee:

General Chair: Joachim Denil, University of Antwerp, Belgium 

General Co-Chair, Hessam Sarjoughian, Arizona State University, USA 

Program Chair, Gabriel Wainer, Carleton University, Canada 

Program Co-Chair, Cristina Ruiz, Carlton University, Canada

 

Further information: 

http://www.tmsdevs.org

 

 

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