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Product-service systems scenarios simulation based on G-DEVS/HLA: Generalized discrete event specification/high level architecture

Abstract : In the past decade, personal customers expected manufacturing companies to provide them with a physical product with, nonetheless, some basic additional services. Currently, customers expect a more comprehensive solution, integrating both a physical product and non-physical services, which explains why companies have started to propose Product-Service Systems (PSS). The underlying objective of profitability can be attained if the system is designed, based on system use, to avoid waste, and if services are developed jointly with products. Although all the requisite conditions are well-known, the optimal way to satisfy them is not formalized or even guided by any clear methodology. This paper proposes to create PSS models to be simulated in different service scenarios based on G-DEVS/HLA. The simulation results provide pointers to help decision maker choose between several PSS design scenarios to be manufactured. A case study from the toy industry is used to illustrate the proposed methodology.
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Thècle Alix, Gregory Zacharewicz. Product-service systems scenarios simulation based on G-DEVS/HLA: Generalized discrete event specification/high level architecture. Computers in Industry, Elsevier, 2012, 63 (4), pp.370-378. ⟨10.1016/j.compind.2012.02.011⟩. ⟨hal-00686656⟩

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