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Models and Algorithms for the Reconfiguration of Virtual Enterprise Information System Structure

Andrejs Romānovs / Aleksandrs Trufanovs / Boris Sokolov / Vadim Burakov / Semyon Potryasaev
Published Online: 2014-01-25 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/itms-2013-0002

Abstract

In this article we will consider existing approaches to solving problems of complex object reconfiguration, as well as combined dynamic model and method of reconfiguring, which is viewed as a virtual enterprise information system. Reconfiguration is a process of the complex technical system structure alteration with a view to increase, keep or restore the level of complex technical system operability, or with a view to compensate for the loss of complex technical system efficiency caused by the degradation of its function. The dynamic interpretation of the processes of complex work planning in virtual enterprise integrated information systems allows describing in strict mathematical terms and comprehensive manner the mutual effect of business processes and information processing, storage, transmission (reception) processes in this system.

Keywords : Dynamic reconfiguration; complex object; control systems; virtual enterprise

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About the article

Andrejs Romānovs

Andrejs Romanovs, Dr.sc.ing., is an Associate Professor and Senior Researcher at the Institute of Information Technology, Riga Technical University. He has 25 years of professional experience teaching postgraduate courses at RTU, as well as developing more than 50 industrial and management information systems. His professional interests include modelling and design of information systems, IT governance, IT security and risk management, integrated information technologies in business, as well as education in these areas. A.Romanovs is a senior member of the IEEE, LSS; author of 2 textbooks and more than 40 papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings in the field of Information Technology.

Aleksandrs Trufanovs

Aleksandrs Trufanovs, M.sc.ing., is a Researcher at the Spatial and Regional Development Research Centre, Riga Technical University. His experience in the field of information technology accounts for about 30 years. Research interests: design of information systems, integrated information technologies in business, models and methods aimed at investigating information processes in complex systems. He is the author of 5 papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings in the field of Information Technology.

Boris Sokolov

Boris V. Sokolov, Professor (1994), obtained a degree of Dr.sc.ing. from Mozhaisky Military Space Engineering Academy (St. Petersburg, former Leningrad) in 1993.He is an honoured scientist of the Russian Federation (2007). He is a Deputy Director for Research, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRAS). He is the author of 320 publications, including 3 monographs and 4 textbooks. Prof. B.V. Sokolov is a specialist in the field of systems analysis and operations research. Research interests: development of research fundamentals for the control theory by structural dynamics of complex organizational-technical systems. Prof. Sokolov is a Full member of the International Academy of Informatization, corresponding member of the Academy of Astronautics. Contact data: 14th line, 39, St.Petersburg, 199178,

Vadim Burakov

Vadim V. Burakov, Education: St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation (SUAI) in 1996. Academic degree and position: Dr.sc.ing. and Prof. in 2010. At present, he works as a Senior Researcher at Saint Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Science (SPIIRAS). Research interests: applied research in mathematical modelling, optimal control theory, mathematical models and methods of support and decision making in complex organization-technical systems under uncertainties and multi-criteria. He is the author of more than 30 papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings in the field of Information Technology.

Semyon Potryasaev

Semyon A. Potryasaev graduated from the Baltic State Technical University “VOENMEH” with a specialisation of Control Systems Engineer and from Moscow Institute of International Economic Relations as an Economist in Finance and Credit. He successfully defended his doctoral thesis in 2004 at Saint Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Science (SPIIRAS). At present, he works as a Senior Researcher at Saint Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Science. Previously he worked at commercial educational centres as Trainer and Consultant on information security and web technologies. Research interests: applied research in mathematical modelling, optimal control theory, mathematical models and methods of support and decision making in complex organization-technical systems under uncertainties and multi-criteria. Contact data: 14th line, 39, St.Petersburg, 199178, Russia


Published Online: 2014-01-25

Published in Print: 2013-12-01


Citation Information: Information Technology and Management Science, Volume 16, Issue 1, Pages 18–26, ISSN (Online) 2255-9094, ISSN (Print) 2255-9086, DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/itms-2013-0002.

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