SNE Volume 31.1

Journal on Developments and Trends in Modelling and Simulation

Institut: Fakultät für Mathematik und Geoinformation
Autor: Felix Breitenecker
ISBN: 9783903311152
Seitenanzahl: 62
Herausgeber: TU Verlag
Erscheinungsort: Wien 22

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Art.Nr. SNE 31.1

SNE Volume 31.1

SNE Volume 31.1
Journal on Developments and Trends in Modelling and Simulation

Institut: Fakultät für Mathematik und Geoinformation
Autor: Felix Breitenecker
ISBN: 9783903311152
Seitenanzahl: 62
Herausgeber: TU Verlag
Erscheinungsort: Wien


SNE Volume SNE 31.1
ISBN Print 978-3-903311-15-2

Dear Readers, SNE Volume 31 starts in the March Issue SNE 31(1) with three topics. First, this issue finishes the subject ‘high math meets simulation’ – Martin Holzinger presents his third contribution on PDE solution by conformal mappings presenting a
surprising application, the modelling and simulation of thermal distributions in teeth.
Second, SNE 31(1) starts with post-conference publication of contributions from ASIM 25. Symposium Simulation Technique.
Two contributions deal with co-simulation: T. Moshagen presents a stable but explicit co-simulation coupling method, and
I. Hafner and N. Popper investigate stability properties of hierarchical co-simulation. And H. Folkerts, T. Pawletta, and C. Deatcu introduce model generation for multiple simulators using SES/MB and FMI.
And third, two contributions – Benchmark Notes ‘BN’ – continue the series on ARGESIM Benchmarks. In 2019, SNE has introduced extended possibilities for submitting a benchmark contribution: i) a Benchmark Solution with concise description of model implementation and experiment tasks (as before, two pages SNE), ii) or a Benchmark Report with sufficient detailed description of model implementation with variants and adequate experiment formulations (four to six pages SNE), iii) or a Benchmark Study presenting e.g. different / alternative / comparative modelling approaches and sketching analysis variants or supplemental model experiments (six to ten pages SNE). Additionally, content may concentrate on educational aspects (Educational Benchmark Note ‘BNE’), and student authors may submit a benchmark contribution from their views (Student Benchmark Note ‘BNS’). So, Peter Junglas et al. have realised a very comprehensible benchmark report to ARGESIM Benchmark C21 ’State Events and Structural-dynamic Systems’ with Simulink, and M. Batliner et al. have developed a enchmark study for ARGESIM Benchmark C11 ´SCARA Robot’ with extended trajectory tracking control comparing model approaches and simulation results in MATLAB,
Simulink and SimMechanics The next issue will continue with Student Benchmark Notes.

I would like to thank all authors for their contribution, 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, electronic publishing, and much more.

Felix Breitenecker, SNE Editor-in-Chief, eic@sne-journal.org; felix.breitenecker@tuwien.ac.at

Felix Breitenecker


Felix Breitenecker
SNE Editor-in-Chief

 

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