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About the article
Arnis Lektauers received the Dr.sc.ing. Degree (2008) in Information Technology from Riga Technical University (RTU), Riga, Latvia. His research interests include interactive hybrid modelling and simulation, and their application to complex system design, as well as industrial, economic, ecological and sustainable development problems. From 1996 to 2009, he worked for software development and technology companies in Latvia. Since 2001 Arnis Lektauers has served in various staff appointments at Riga Technical University including a Research Assistant, Lecturer, and currently, an Assistant Professor at the Department of Modelling and Simulation, the Faculty of Computer Science, RTU. He is the Secretary of Latvian Section for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and a member of Latvian Simulation Society, System Dynamics Society and European Social Simulation Association (ESSA).
Julija Petuhova is a Doctor of Engineering, Lecturer of the Institute of Information Technology at Riga Technical University. Her research interests include simulation methodology of logistics systems, supply chain dynamics, practical applications of simulation modelling, training and education via simulation-based business games. She is a member of the Latvian Simulation Society and has a wide experience in performing research projects in the simulation area at a national level. She is a member of Latvian Simulation Society (LSS) since 2002 and a member of Technical Program Committee (TPC) of the International Conference on “Computer as a Tool (EUROCON)” (2007). She is the author of 20 scientific publications, including 1 book and 1 international journal.
Artis Teilans was born in Riga, Latvia and graduated from Riga Technical University, where he studied automatic and remote control and obtained his Doctoral Degree in 1999. He works in the software industry at Exigen Services Latvia. He is a Senior Researcher at Riga Technical University and a Professor at Rezekne University College, as well. His professional interests include techniques of system modelling and discrete-event simulation.
Arnis Kleins was born in Riga, Latvia and graduated from Riga Technical University, where he studied information technology. He obtained his Master Degree in 1996. He works at Exigen Services in Riga. From 2010 he is a doctorsl student at Riga Technical University. His professional interests include methodology of system modelling and discrete-event simulation.
Published Online: 2013-01-31
Published in Print: 2012-12-01