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1 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT The BALTPORTS-IT Project: Application of Simulation Models and IT solutions in Maritime Sector of the Baltic States Dr.Eberhard BLUMEL 1, prof.,habil.dr. Leonid NOVITSKI 2, prof.,habil.dr. Henrikas PRANEVICIUS 3, prof.,habil.dr. Yuri MERKURYEV 2 1 Frauhofer IFF, Germany 2 Riga Technical University, Latvia 3 Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

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4 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Objectives Set-up of the Baltic sub-regional Competence Center for promoting and supporting the distribution of research knowledge in the field of advanced IT- solutions and simulation with maritime applications, Riga (Latvia) Dissemination of research knowledge gained during the execution of the EC projects AMCAI, DAMAC-HP and SPHERE and regional project in the field of IT-solutions and simulation of harbor managing AMCAIDAMAC-HPSPHERE Industrial customisation and exploitation of the project results from AMCAI, DAMAC-HP, ITMK and SPHERE by involving user groups in the Baltic region AMCAI DAMAC-HPSPHERE Development of recommendations for the application of results and thus creating new market opportunities Creating opportunities for the training of specialists in maritime information systems design and port logistics by using web-based technologies and distance learning courses

5 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Expected Results the non-monetary evaluation of general characteristics for port operations the optimisation of logistic operations in container terminals the optimisation of logistic processes in oil terminals a methodology of combining port simulation and information systems. The industrial customisation of simulation systems in collaboration with user groups from the Baltic region will provide new approaches for A demonstrator for distributed and web-based simulation of port environments will be built.

6 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Piece-linear aggregate formalism for business process analysis

7 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Purpose To create the dynamical models of business processes in Klaipeda oil terminal, which could be used to evaluate logistic processes of oil transportation and in terminal operative information system

8 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Concepts of Business Process Modeling Goal; Activity; Time; Change; Chronicle; Event.

9 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius PIECE-LINEAR AGGREGATES (PLA) FORMALISM

10 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius DEFINITION OF PIECE-LINEAR AGGREGATES (PLA) PLA belongs to the class of automata models and defined by The state of aggregate consists of two components: where

11 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius In time intervals when there are no input signals The state of aggregate changes in discrete time instances –input signal arrives, –continuous component acquires zero value. TRAJECTORY OF PLA Transition and output operators

12 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius THEORETICAL BACKGROUND OF PLA Piece-linear Markov processes (PLMP) ( prof. I. Kovalenko ) Piece-linear Markov processes (PLMP) ( prof. I. Kovalenko ) Piece-linear aggregates (PLA) PLA = Aggregates + PLMP ( prof. N. Buslenko ) Piece-linear aggregates (PLA) PLA = Aggregates + PLMP ( prof. N. Buslenko ) PLA + Controlling Sequences ( prof. H. Pranevicius ) PLA + Controlling Sequences ( prof. H. Pranevicius ) Modelling Simulation Formal specification, simulation & validation Formal specification, simulation & validation Behavior analysis Performance analysis

13 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius THE USE OF CONTROL SEQUENCES FOR FORMAL SPECIFICATION OF PLA Two kinds of events are introduced: (injection). The set of operations is introduced: – - duration of the i-th operation.

14 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius THE USE OF CONTROL SEQUENCES FOR FORMAL SPECIFICATION OF PLA The time instant when the j-th operation ends is defined by co-ordinate: – – number of events which have occurred during time interval.

15 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius The set of co-ordinates defines the continuous component of PLA: Remark. Co-ordinates,, can change their values only in discrete time instances THE USE OF CONTROL SEQUENCES FOR FORMAL SPECIFICATION OF PLA

16 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius TIME OF EVENT OCCURENCE Next time instant when internal event occurs is calculated: Recalculation of continuous co-ordinates:

17 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Relation between concepts used in conceptual description of business process and PLA GoalFinal state: Z(t m ) ActivityOperation: TimeTime: t m ChangeTransition operator: H(e) EventEvents: E’, E’’ ChronicleZ(t 1 ), Z(t 2 ), … Z(t m )

18 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Methodology used for creation dynamical models of harbor business processes Object-oriented analysis and design method (OOA&D); Piece-linear aggregate formalism (PLA); The use UML for integration OOA&D and PLA.

19 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Main activities of OOA&D method Problem- domain analysis Application- domain analysis Component design Architectural design Model Req. Spec.

20 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Customization and exploitation of port simulation systems Simulation system for evaluation of logistics process of oil terminal

21 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius The main components of logistic process of oil transportation through Klaipeda

22 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Streams interaction scheme

23 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius The structure of model

24 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Streams in oil terminal Stream of orders transported oil products through terminal Stream of trains Stream of tankers

25 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Parameters of model (1) Parameters of terminal input streams: –Annual amount of transported oil. –Part of total amount of transported oil for each kind of oil. –Size of ordered oil. –Time interval during which oil products have to be delivered by trains. –Time interval after the start of service, after which the tanker have to arrive. –Number of wagons in train. –Capacity of wagon.

26 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Parameters of model (2) Parameters characterizing the structure of terminal: –Number of reservoirs and their capacities which are used for each kind of oil. –Number platforms. –Subsets of platforms used to service of different kind of oil –Number of wagons in each platform which can be served at the same time. –Subsets of embankments used to service of different kind of oil.

27 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Parameters of model (3) Technological parameters of terminal: –Time during which oil products are poured from wagons to reservoirs for each kind of oil –Rate of pouring oil from reservoirs to tanker

28 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Parameters of model (4) Parameters characterizing control of terminal: –Order performance decision making algorithm which evaluates the number of wagons which are in railway station. –Order performance decision making algorithm which does not evaluate the number of wagons which are in railway station. –Algorithm carrying orders of tankers and evaluating only needed amount empty reservoir for realization of order. – Algorithm carrying orders of tankers and evaluating needed amount empty reservoir for realization of order and number of wagons in railway station.

29 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Simulated characteristics (1) Characteristics characterizing terminal processes: –Number of wagons in terminal railway stations. –Number of wagons in terminal railway station for each kind of oil product. –Occupation coefficient of each platform. –Average level of oil in reservoirs. –Occupation coefficient of each embankments.

30 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Simulated characteristics (2) Characteristics about performance of order for oil transportation: –Wagons stay time in terminal, for different kinds of oil. –Tankers stay time in terminal, for different kinds of oil. –The performance time of order from time instant when the order has been done till tanker leaves the terminal, for different kinds of oil products. –The performance time of order from time instance when begins the transportation oil to terminal till tanker leaves the terminal, for different kinds of oil products. –Average time of storing of oil products in terminal reservoirs for different kinds of oil.

31 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Average level of oil in reservoirs

32 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Average transportation time of oil

33 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Average service time of orders

34 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Maximum and average number wagon in railway station

35 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Distribution function service time of orders

36 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Distribution function of wagons stay time in terminal

37 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Conclusions The use of aggregate method permitted to formalize logistic process of oil transportation. Performed investigations with simulation model showed main factors that influence transportation duration through Klaipeda terminal are annual amount of transported oil and used operative control algorithms. In order to fulfill user requirements to deliver oil to destination during specified time in some cases it is needed to restrict incoming stream of orders.

38 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Integration of Klaipeda Oil Terminal Simulation System into IMS

39 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Operative control system of Klaipeda oil terminal Service of wagons Service of wagons Service of tankers Service of tankers DB

40 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Service of wagons Registration of orders for load of oil products Creation of monthly schedule for loading wagons Receiving telegrams about arriving trains Unloading wagons

41 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Service of tankers Registration of request about possible arrival of tankers Confirmation that tanker will be served Registration of information about arriving tankers Loading of tankers Creation and adjustment of loading schedule for tankers

42 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius DB Creation of loading schedule for tankers SQL queriesTable views Simulation model Visualization

43 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius The use of simulation for forecasting Forecasting of business process can be evaluated by means of simulation; For realization forecasting it is needed to create simulation model which have to be integrated to information system.

44 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius Creation of simulation models methodology Methodology use : –UML for problem domain analysis; –PLA for creating simulation model; –Microsoft.NET Framework for simulation model implementation and integration to IS.

45 BALTPORTS-IT - IST ____________________________________________________ WP7 Marine information SystemsKUT H.Pranevicius DB Use ADO.NET for integration ADO.NET ADO.NET DataSet Connection DataAdapter Simulation model

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