Towards Cooperative Simulation-aided Decision making in the Digital Age

Towards Cooperative Simulation-aided Decision making in the Digital Age: A Review of Literature in Distributed Supply Chain Simulation

By Korina Katsaliaki (International Hellenic University, School of Economics & Business Administration, Greece) and Navonil Mustafee (University of Exeter Business School, UK)

The aim of this research is to synthesise extant literature in distributed supply chain simulation and to present a framework which may encourage the wider adoption of this technology in the increasingly interconnected enterprises of the digital economy. Towards realisation of this aim, we will be conducting a methodological review of literature on distributed supply chain simulation and will complement it with our domain-specific knowledge in both supply chains and parallel and distributed simulation. The extended abstract presents the methodology for the review. This research is being funded by NEMODE Network+ as part of the RCUK Digital Economy theme.

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