SNE Volume 27- 1 (2017)

Institut: Fakultät für Mathematik und Geoinformation
Autor: Felix Breitenecker
ISBN: 9783903024502
Seitenanzahl: 74
Herausgeber: TU Verlag
Erscheinungsort: Wien 22

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SNE Volume 27- 1 (2017)

SNE Volume 27- 1 (2017)

Institut: Fakultät für Mathematik und Geoinformation
Autor: Felix Breitenecker
ISBN: 9783903024502
Seitenanzahl: 74
Herausgeber: TU Verlag
Erscheinungsort: Wien


SNE Volume 27- 1 (2017)

Journal on Developments and Trends in Modelling and Simulation
EUROSIM Scientific Membership Journal
Vol. 27 No.1, March 2017 ISSN Online 2306-0271 DOI 10.11128/sne.27.1.1036

Editorial
Dear Readers – SNE Volume 27 (2017) provides novelties in content and organisation. SNE has updated and sharpened aims and
scope. First, SNE puts emphasis on the whole simulation process - from modelling to experiment analysis, from implementation to verification, from validation to identification, from numerics to visualization, and therefore SNE asks authors to present their contribution within this context. Of course, authors may concentrate on modelling in a certain application area, but they should mention the embedding into the full simulation process (simulation circle). Second, SNE follows the recent developments and trends of modelling and simulation in new and/or joining application areas, as complex systems and big data. Third, SNE also invites authors to submit contributions on comparative investigations, as comparison of modelling approaches, effectiveness of different implementations, benchmarks and comparisons in methodology and application, etc. Here, SNE plans to become a forum for comparative studies and benchmarks, with data space for definition, documentation, etc. And fourth, SNE welcomes also contributions on education in/for/with simulation, also in context with contributions on comparative studies in modelling and simulation methods.
Organisationally, SNE will set up a new web server – ready midst of 2017, and SNE has found an appropriate solution for Print
SNE. We are happy, that TU Verlag (TU Wien Publisher - www.tuverlag.at) will provide Print-on-Demand for SNE issues, whereby each issue is identified by an ISBN number from TU Verlag – starting with this issue SNE 27(1).

I would like to thank all authors for their contributions to SNE 27(1) showing the broad variety of simulation in context with
the updated aims and scope, from augmented realty via basic discrete simulation and parallel smart-grid simulation to simulation
in education. And thanks to the editorial board members for review and support, and to the organizers of the EUROSIM conferences for co-operation in post-conference contributions. And last but not least thanks to the SNE Editorial Office for layout, typesetting, preparations for printing, with special thanks for support in relaunch of SNE webserver.

Felix Breitenecker, SNE Editor-in-Chief

Felix Breitenecker


Felix Breitenecker
SNE Editor-in-Chief

 

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