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Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

S. Emrich, S. Zerlauth, M. Bruckner, N. Popper, S. Tauböck, D. Wiegand, F. Breitenecker:
"A Simulation-Based Approach For Control-Optimization Of Lecture-Room Management";
Vortrag: EUROSIM 2010 - 7th Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Prague, Czech Republic; 06.09.2010 - 10.09.2010; in: "Proceedings of the 7th Congress on Modelling and Simulation", M. Snorek, Z. Buk, M. Cepek, J. Drchal (Hrg.); Vol.2 Full Papers (2010), ISBN: 978-80-01-04589-3; S. 1091 - 1097.



Kurzfassung englisch:
The present paper describes an approach to improve control of the room-allocation process at large building complexes. Derived from a project currently being implemented at Vienna University of Technology it primarily focuses on the assignment of adequate lecture rooms to all (scheduled) courses. In order to include all relevant entities and influencing factors a hybrid model is designed (coupling Discrete Event Simulation, Cellular Automata and Agent-Based Methods). To tackle the common problem of uncoordinated production of software that subsequently cannot be integrated within the target-system Business Process Modeling is being utilized. These techniques, their modification and their coupling are briefly presented.
Due to the preliminary project-stage well-founded results are not vailable yet. Thus the interesting and promising insights gained so far are presented and analyzed.

Schlagworte:
Lecture room management, Space management strategies, Room allocation, Building utilization, Ecological footprint

Erstellt aus der Publikationsdatenbank der Technischen Universitšt Wien.