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SYS-015
Design of complex systems - 2021

Modelling and distributed simulation (HLA) of complex systems

OBJECTIVE :

The course enables learners:

  • To understand the fundamentals of modeling complex systems
  • To master new simulation techniques for system design (technical-operational simulations, distributed and cooperative design)
  • To acquire the object-oriented methodologies for modeling a system for its simulation
  • To learn more about new distributed simulation techniques by exploring the HLA (High Level Architecture) standard

COURSE DURATION AND TIMETABLE :

The course lasts 4 days (26 hours) and includes:

  • 22 hours of lectures
  • 4 hours of demonstration
  • 1 panel discussion

GENERAL APPROACH :

This course should enable learners to understand the principles of simulation and familiarize them with the issues of distributed simulation for the cooperative design of complex systems.

Most of the course focuses on discrete event simulation and the interoperability standards of distributed simulations, including HLA (High Level Architecture).

The course is especially for project managers, designers, method and quality engineers, and architects of simulation infrastructures.

PREREQUISITE :

Course level : Advanced

Access to the course requires good general knowledge in computer science. Knowledge of object languages or distributed systems is desirable but not essential.

COURSE DIRECTOR(S) :

Jean-Baptiste CHAUDRON :

Research Engineer at the Complex Systems Engineering Department  (DISC) at ISAE-SUPAERO, Toulouse

Pierre SIRON :

Professor at ISAE-SUPAERO

Research Engineer at the Information Processing and Modeling Department at ONERA/DTIM, Toulouse, HdR.

CONTENT :

  • The issues of simulation
    • Design assistance
    • Reducing design costs, sizing systems, validating choices and properties, cooperative design
    • Training
    • Reduction of training costs, selection of operators, preparation for critical or interactive situations
    • Overview of current achievements
  • Modeling a system
    • Representation of the system by state variables
    • Time representation (discrete or continuous)
    • Laws of evolution of state variables
    • Search engines
  • Acquiring the principles of a modeling methodology
    • How do I describe the real world? Modeling systems by object-oriented design
    • Identification of objects, classes and their interactions
    • Toolboxes and services offered to the user
  • Perceiving the additional contributions of distributed simulation
    • Objectives (reusability and interoperability of simulations)
    • Application Context (war games, cooperative systems design)
    • Problems with distribution (time management and causality)
    • Event processing mechanisms (conservative and optimistic)
  • Understanding the HLA simulation architecture
    • History and objectives of HLA (High Level Architecture)
    • Differences with DIS (Distributed Interactive Simulation)
    • Representation of objects by OMT (Object Model Template) of HLA
    • The rules and services offered by Run-Time Infrastructure (RTI), which is a distributed operating system hosting simulations
    • Existing implementations - Outlook
  • Examples of applications
    • HLA simulation of a billiard
    • HLA simulation of on-board systems
  • Practical work
    • Using CERTI - Performance Evaluation - Designing a federated HLA

WHEN AND WHERE :

Scheduled in French:

TOULOUSE: 16 to 19 November 2020

 

For the English realization, please, consult us.

COURSE FEES :

€1,480 excluding tax (20% VAT)

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