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Simulation on demand

Simulation on demand
Simulation on demand
The use of engineering meta-applications for activities such as design optimisation and sensitivity analysis can provide substantial business benefits, but require significant computing resources. However, they can be made financially viable through the exploitation of software and hardware on demand business models, supported by an electronic marketplace. This paper presents an agent-based business-to-business e-commerce system that enables large-scale distributed engineering simulations using third-party resources. The system has wide applicability and can form an e-business framework for many resource-intensive applications provided by the emerging application service provision (ASP) market.
906-912
IOS Press
Addis, M J
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Allen, P J
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Surridge, M
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Stanford-Smith, B.
Kidd, P.T.
Addis, M J
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Allen, P J
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Addis, M J, Allen, P J and Surridge, M (2000) Simulation on demand. In, Stanford-Smith, B. and Kidd, P.T. (eds.) E-business: Key Issues, Applications and Technologies. IOS Press, pp. 906-912.

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The use of engineering meta-applications for activities such as design optimisation and sensitivity analysis can provide substantial business benefits, but require significant computing resources. However, they can be made financially viable through the exploitation of software and hardware on demand business models, supported by an electronic marketplace. This paper presents an agent-based business-to-business e-commerce system that enables large-scale distributed engineering simulations using third-party resources. The system has wide applicability and can form an e-business framework for many resource-intensive applications provided by the emerging application service provision (ASP) market.

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Published date: 2000
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 254226
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/254226
PURE UUID: f4714143-d374-48da-868a-1a8b81538625

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Date deposited: 24 Mar 2003
Last modified: 07 Aug 2020 16:31

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Author: M J Addis
Author: P J Allen
Author: M Surridge
Editor: B. Stanford-Smith
Editor: P.T. Kidd

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