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Моделирование логистических систем для достижения устойчивости функционирования на основе динамических звеньев

Майоров Н. Н., Бородулина С. А., Королева Е. А.

The success of any logistics provider under the development of a digital economy directly
depends on the decision-making system, taking into account the dynamic nature of
the environment and the optimal construction of the internal structure. In an effort to ensure
a stable economic position in a competitive market, they pay more attention to both process
monitoring, management system analysis and forecasting tasks. At the same time, classic
models based on imitating modelling of processes and systems are proposed; for the study
of control models, it is necessary to supplement the analysis based on structural diagrams
and dynamic links. The use of dynamic links significantly expands the functionality of modelling
methods and allows not only to investigate the stock turn, but also to simulate the control
actions on the system to achieve the specified parameters. Modelling processes based
on dynamic links allows us to investigate the stability of logistics systems, to assess the impact
of disturbances on the system and elements. The proposed management model for the
logistics system is implemented according to the feedback control principle, which additionally
contributes to the formation of a more accurate decision-making system. The developed
model has the ability to scale for different levels of planning and takes into account the
dynamic nature of the processes in the logistics system, taking into account the influence
of the environment. The article additionally outlines the limits of application of simulation modelling
in the AnyLogic environment for the study of control systems, which substantiates the
practical importance of using structural diagrams and dynamic links for logistic systems.