Plenary Talk for DEVS TMS 2013, 1:30 pm, Monday, April 8th

Commercial DEVS-based Software Environment and EcoSystem for Modeling and Simulation

Abstract: Discrete Event System Specification (DEVS) has been supported in a variety of programming implementations for academic domain and particular types of systems. Yet, there is a strong need for a general commercial development platform and environment as DEVS is being steadily adopted by industries and governments world-wide. The MS4 Me is a new commercial integrated software development environment that can accelerate development of DEVS models in a generic manner which also eliminates some of the challenges for model developers in learning new concepts and simplifies dealing with a large number of different artifacts. In this talk, we present an overview of MS4 Me toolsets and Cloud-based Model Store to support a comprehensive M&S ecosystem environment to share and distribute models for efficient collaboration among model developers and general users. We will discuss the features of MS4 Me toolsets introduced to facilitate industry-wide adoption of DEVS. We conclude with some ideas on how DEVS-based commercial platforms provide solutions for Systems of Systems which include complex information-technology-based business, engineering, and education systems.

Speaker's Biography

Dr. Doohwan Kim is the founder and president of RTSync and MS4 Systems. He has led his teams to develop innovative commercial DEVS modeling and simulation software toolsets and Cloud based model store environment. Dr. Kim has worked on many projects to address large scale complex systems interoperability and integration issues for US Departments of Defense and Homeland Security. His current work scope includes strategic planning, MS4 software products development, and marketing solutions for the health care, logistics and supply chain industries. Previously, he worked on M&S projects at IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, NY and held a research professorship at the University of Arizona. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.

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