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Title: Hybrid Simulation for Complex Manufacturing Value-chain Environments
Authors: Cátia Rodrigues Barbosa
Américo Azevedo
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: Hybrid simulation is nowadays a valid alternative for studying complex manufacturing environments. Some challenges exist in this context, as the ambiguous use of terms and definitions in the literature; and the demanding skills required for developing hybrid models. A structured literature review provides an overview of the use of hybrid simulation in manufacturing business performance and its most important advantages and drawbacks. A classification scheme for the 51 analysed papers is presented, including interfaced, sequential, enrichment, and integrated taxonomies. © 2017 The Authors
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