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vol 63 / July, 2020
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DOI 10.17586/0021-3454-2019-62-10-914-920

UDC 519.8

DYNAMIC INTERPRETATION OF FORMAL DESCRIPTION AND SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF COMPLEX OBJECT MODERNIZATION

V. V. Zakharov
St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the RAS, laboratory for Information Technologies in Systems Analysis and Modeling ;


Abstract. Based on a unified multi-model dynamic description, an approach is proposed which allows to solve simultaneously a set of problem of synthesis of modernization plans and functioning of a complex object. It is proposed to consider a complex object as a set of structures that have the property of struc-tural dynamics and interconnected by nodes that perform processing, transmission, and analysis of in-formation, as well as development of control actions. A set-theoretic formulation of the problem of man-agement of modernization and functioning of a complex object is presented. The proposed method makes it possible to synthesize a reference plan for solving the problems of modernization management and operation of complex objects and reasonably choose compromise solutions for multivariate solu-tions related to modernization management.
Keywords: integrated planning and scheduling, modernization of a complex object, business process management

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