Acta Simulatio
A c t a    S i m u l a t i o
International Scientific Journal about Simulation
ISSN 1339-9640


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The journal Acta Simulatio (AS) aims to provide an academic platform in all forms of simulation, modelling, education, science and research, which are available to the general public and those interested in simulation, including students, academics as well as industry experts. The papers offer imaginative and creative solutions to simulation problems. Furthermore, the journal aims to promote and provide young scientists and educators with the opportunity to publish original research to create future professionals in this field and act as the driving force of the economy and society.

The output and establishment of the journal are a direct consequence of the market requirements for a specialized journal to the simulation. Acta Simulatio (AS) - International Scientific Journal about Simulation focuses on simulation for utilization not only in Central Europe. The editors intend to attract experts in the field and anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of simulation, research, education, and pedagogy in this area.

The journal focuses mainly on the original and new, interesting, high-quality, theoretical, practical and application-oriented contributions to the field of science and research as well as to pedagogy and education in the area of simulation.

The Acta Simulatio focuses mainly on those industries that impact simulation or are part of simulation (and not just about them):

Application and Practical Research
Automatic Control
Automotive Industry
Autonomous Systems
Business Systems Simulation
CAD/CAM Systems
Continuous simulation
Decision Support Systems
Discrete Simulation
Dynamic Simulation of Systems
Education and Pedagogy
Electronic Engineering
Fuzzy Systems
Human Behaviour Representation
Implementation, Validation, Verification
Industrial Processes
Intelligent Systems
Inventory Management
Knowledge-Based Simulation Environments
Logistics Systems
Manufacturing Systems
Mechanical Engineering
Methodology and Theory
Mobile and Intelligent Agents
Numerical Techniques
Operations Research
Optimization Techniques
Project Management
Queuing Systems
Raw Materials Processing
Real-Time Systems
Research and Technology Development
Robotic Systems
Robotics and Manipulators
Self-Organizing Systems
Service and Maintenance Systems
Simulation and Modelling in Medicine
Skills and Tools
Software, Simulators
Statistical Methods
Supply Chain Management
Thinking Systems
Tools for High Performance Simulation
Transport Systems
Virtual Reality
Visualisation in Simulation
Work and Case Studies
ISSN 1339-9640
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