Simulation - Monte Carlo, Probabilities, and more…
Rapidly increasing scale, dynamism, and vulnerabilities in the systems being engineered have presented ever-greater challenges. In part of these challenges Systems Engineers started to explore new ways of working and one of the possible solutions is to use models as a basis for the engineered systems description.
Nowadays Systems Engineers can leverage several modeling languages and tools to their advantage to build system models. However no matter how you are going to look into a model, it still remains a static description of systems being engineered. To access the full power of modeling, Systems Engineers need to transform the static system descriptions into what we could call live or dynamic model.
During this hands-on tutorial we are going to build model which can be transformed into a live model or in other words – an executable model. The main assignment of this tutorial is to explore ways of building executable model and in addition to that delve into a bit more sophisticated simulation capabilities available with No Magic tools. The features which will interest us most during this tutorial will include Monte-Carlo simulation, graphical user interface creation, use of action languages and more.
No Magic tools required for this tutorial will be provided for every attendee to accomplish the hands-on exercises.