Publications

Being at the pulse of the time is necessary in a short-lived business. Therefore, we are regularly attending workshops and scientific conferences. Our publications and contributions to workshops and conferences demonstrate our clear intention to be in the first row of scientific advancement.

2014

  • Robert Siegfried, Andreas Diehl, Saikou Y. Diallo, Michael Bertschik, Günter Herrmann, Martin Rother: “Outline of a Service-Based Reference Architecture for Effective and Efficient Use of Modelling and Simulation”, 2014 NATO Modelling & Simulation Group (NMSG) Multi-Workshop, Paper 18, Washington D.C., USA, 23.-24.10.2014.
  • Robert Siegfried, Tom van den Berg, Anthony Cramp, Wim Huiskamp: “M&S as a Service: Expectations and challenges”, SISO 2014 Fall Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Paper 14F-SIW-040, Orlando, USA, 08.-12.09.2014.
  • Umut Durak, Okan Topçu, Robert Siegfried, Halit Oğuztüzün: “Scenario Development: A Model-Driven Engineering Perspective”, Simultech 2014, Vienna, Austria, 08.08.2014.
  • Robert Siegfried, Tom van den Berg: “M&S as a Service: Expectations and Challenges”, ITEC Conference 2014, Cologne, Germany, 20.-22.05.2014.
  • Robert Siegfried: “Lessons Learned from Standardizing a Service-Based Distributed Test Bed”, SISO seminar at ITEC 2014, Cologne, Germany, 19.05.2014.

2013

  • Robert Siegfried, Michael Bertschik, Matthias Hahn, Günter Herrmann, Johannes Lüthi, Martin Rother: “Effective and Efficient Training Capabilities through Next Generation Distributed Simulation Environments”, 2013 NATO Modelling & Simulation Group (NMSG) Multi-Workshop, Paper 7, Sydney, Australia, 17.-18.10.2013. PDF
  • Robert Siegfried: “M&S as a Service: Perspectives, Expectations, and Challenges”, NATO CAX Forum 2013, Rome, Italy, 01.10.2013.
  • Robert Siegfried, Halit Oguztüzün, Umut Durak, Aylin Hatip, Günter Herrmann, Paul Gustavson, Matthias Hahn: “Specification and documentation of conceptual scenarios using Base Object Models (BOMs)”, SISO 2013 Spring Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Paper 13S-SIW-019, San Diego, USA, 07.-10.04.2013.
  • Robert Siegfried, Johannes Lüthi, Martin Rother, Dieter Steinkamp, Matthias Hahn: “Limiting issues for true simulation interoperability: A survey done by MSG-086 and resulting recommendations”, SISO 2013 Spring Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Paper 13S-SIW-035, San Diego, USA, 07.-10.04.2013.

2012

  • Robert Siegfried, Johannes Lüthi, Martin Rother, Dieter Steinkamp, Matthias Hahn: “Limiting issues for true simulation interoperability: A survey done by MSG-086 and resulting recommendations”, NATO Modelling & Simulation Group (NMSG) Conference on “Transforming Defence through Modelling and Simulation – Opportunities and Challenges”, Paper 5, Stockholm/Kista, Sweden, 18.-19.10.2012.
  • Robert Siegfried, Alexander Laux, Martin Rother, Dieter Steinkamp, Günter Herrmann, Johannes Lüthi, Matthias Hahn: “Components and reuse in scenario development processes for distributed simulation environments”, SISO 2012 Fall Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Paper 12F-SIW-046, Orlando, USA, 10.-14.09.2012. Link
  • Robert Siegfried, Alexander Laux, Martin Rother, Dieter Steinkamp, Günter Herrmann, Johannes Lüthi, Matthias Hahn: “Scenarios in military (distributed) simulation environments”, SISO 2012 Spring Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Paper 12S-SIW-014, Orlando, USA, 26.-30.03.2012. Link

2011

  • Robert Siegfried, Johannes Lüthi, Günter Herrmann, Matthias Hahn: “How to ensure Fair Fight in LVC Simulations: Architectural and Procedural Approaches”, NATO Modelling and Simulation Group 087 Symposium on “Enhance or Replace: Finding the Right Live vs. Synthetic Balance”, Bern, Switzerland, 13./14. October 2011.
  • Robert Siegfried, Günter Herrmann, Johannes Lüthi, Matthias Hahn: “A comparison of DSEEP with the German approach VEVA”, SISO 2011 Fall Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Paper 11F-SIW-023, Orlando, USA, 19.-23 September 2011. PDF

2010

  • Robert Siegfried, Tamme D. Reinders: “Requirements Engineering – ein Schlüsselfaktor zur erfolgreichen Projektumsetzung” (in German), PM Summit 2010, Munich, 15 November 2010. PDF