Situational Modeling: Definitions, Awareness, Simulation


Alexander Fridman, PhD – Professor, Computer Science, Institute for Informatics and Math, Modeling of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Apatity Murmansk region Russia

Series: Advances in Applied Science and Engineering; Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: BUS070030; COM039000; COM051240

This book introduces a methodology of situational modeling and control for discrete spatial dynamic systems based on thorough implementation of situational control by D. A. Pospelov and the theory of hierarchical systems by M.D. Mesarovic. This methodology provides flexible intelligent analysis and structural synthesis of such systems, including searches for “bottlenecks” in their structure that can cause the most harmful losses in emergencies.

Table of Contents



List of Reference Designations and Acronyms

Chapter 1. State of the Art in Organizing and Conducting Computer Modeling

Chapter 2. Development of a Conceptual Model of INCs

Chapter 3. Handling Situations in INCs Modeling

Chapter 4. Coordination and Planning of Control Based on the Situational Model

Chapter 5. Situation Awareness in Modeling Systems

Chapter 6. Software-Algorithmic Organization and Applications of the SMS



Appendix 1. Syntax of the SMS Language (in Backus-Naur Notation)

Appendix 2. Limitations and Assumptions for SMS Development

Appendix 3. Main SMS Theorems


Author’s ORCID iD

Alexander Ya. Fridman – 0000-0003-2408-6892

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