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 The research group //​Intelligent Systems in Logistics// develops approaches and methods for controlling,​ modeling, simulation and evaluation of logistic processes in order to optimize the planning and controlling processes of logistic service providers. The goal is to improve the service quality while ensuring cost- and time-efficiency as well as sustainable production and transport processes within the supply network of companies.  ​ The research group //​Intelligent Systems in Logistics// develops approaches and methods for controlling,​ modeling, simulation and evaluation of logistic processes in order to optimize the planning and controlling processes of logistic service providers. The goal is to improve the service quality while ensuring cost- and time-efficiency as well as sustainable production and transport processes within the supply network of companies.  ​
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 The research field covers planning and scheduling algorithms, (distributed) decision making, multiagent systems and interaction,​ distributed artificial intelligence,​ knowledge management, data mining, and simulation. New approaches, algorithms, and interaction mechanisms are evaluated with the [[http://​plasma.informatik.uni-bremen.de/​|PlaSMA Simulation Framework]] as well as directly with production robots in cooperation with the [[http://​www.logdynamics.de/?&​L=1 |BIBA]]. The PlaSMA Framework enables the simulation of logistic scenarios on real-world infrastructures. It provides a discrete time simulation that ensures a correct conservative synchronization with time model adequacy, causality and reproducibility. The research field covers planning and scheduling algorithms, (distributed) decision making, multiagent systems and interaction,​ distributed artificial intelligence,​ knowledge management, data mining, and simulation. New approaches, algorithms, and interaction mechanisms are evaluated with the [[http://​plasma.informatik.uni-bremen.de/​|PlaSMA Simulation Framework]] as well as directly with production robots in cooperation with the [[http://​www.logdynamics.de/?&​L=1 |BIBA]]. The PlaSMA Framework enables the simulation of logistic scenarios on real-world infrastructures. It provides a discrete time simulation that ensures a correct conservative synchronization with time model adequacy, causality and reproducibility.
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 Several PHD students are associated with the [[http://​www.logistics-gs.uni-bremen.de/?&​L=1|International Graduate School of Logistics (IGS)]]. ​ Several PHD students are associated with the [[http://​www.logistics-gs.uni-bremen.de/?&​L=1|International Graduate School of Logistics (IGS)]]. ​
  
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