Rabe, M,; Schmitt, D.; Klüter, A.; Hunker, J.: Decoupling the Modeling of Actions in Logistics Networks from the Underlying Simulation Data Model. In: Clausen, U.;.Langkau, S.; Kreuz, F.: (eds.): Advances in Production, Logistics and Traffic. Proceedings of the 4th Interdisciplinary Conference on Production Logistics and Traffic (ICPLT) 2019. Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland, pp. 32-44.

Actions in logistics networks are often determined and evaluated by logistics assistance systems. Typically, these actions are predefined by the logistics assistance system. In case of a data-driven logistics assistance system, these actions are depending on the underlying data structure. This paper describes an approach of decoupling an actions implementation from the underlying data model and, therefore, independent of a given data structure.