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Timeline of ARSLab Application Areas (click to enlarge)

Timeline of ARSLab Application Areas (click to enlarge)

Timeline of ARSLab Application Areas (click to enlarge)

Timeline of ARSLab Theoretical Contributions (click to enlarge)

Timeline of ARSLab Theoretical Contributions (click to enlarge)

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The Advanced Real-Time Simulation Laboratory (ARS) is an advanced Modeling & Simulation research laboratory, located in the Department of Systems and Computer EngineeringCarleton University, Ottawa, Canada. The Laboratory is physically located at the Carleton University Centre for Visualization and Simulation (V-Sim).

ARSLab is supervised by Prof. Gabriel A. Wainer

Our laboratory is investigating means of automatic generation of executable models derived from systems specifications. The research is based on the Discrete EVent System specification (DEVS) formalism, and will augment previous work with new theory, methodology, and supporting development tools. We are also interested in integrating the simulation results obtained with 3D visualization.

Open detailed presentation from ARSLab research

Contact

1125 Colonel By Drive. 3216 V-Sim
Ottawa, ON. K1S 5B6. CANADA.
Algonquin Nation unceded territory
Phone: 1-613-520-2600 x 1957
Email: gwainer@sce.carleton.ca