Имитационное моделирование динамичных цепей поставок
The paper discusses dynamic aspects of developing supply chains and the potential of the simulation modeling method and paradigms in achieving strategic goals of supply chain management, focused on efficient integration, inter-organizational coordination and long-term strategies of stakeholder’s cooperation, as well as implementation of modern logistics technologies based on partner cooperation. By benchmarking various simulation paradigms, the authors demonstrate that АВМS best fits the purpose of describing inter-organizational coordination processes and cooperation within a supply chain.
In the field of supply chains transformation and strategic development there is a strong need in concurrent and aligned usage of different supply chain representations. That defines the approach to building generic supply-chain representation based on composite simulation models. The objective of this paper is to suggest a conceptual scheme and stratification approaches that enables creation of a model reflecting polysystemic representation of supply chain . The following base levels of supply chain representation are considered: object-based, configuration/network-based, process-based, and logistics coordination levels. Depending on addressable tasks of supply chain analysis and synthesis, process and system dynamic simulation models of different degrees of detail may be used. Agent-based modeling is used to model interorganizational coordination between supply chain partners.