Phil Godsiff

Philip Godsiff


Senior Research Fellow

My publications

Publications

Maull RS, Mulligan C, Godsiff P (2015) Introduction to New Economic Models of the Digital Economy Minitrack., HICSS pp. 1264-1264 IEEE
Mustafee N, Sahnoun M, Smart A, Godsiff P (2015) An Application of Distributed Simulation for Hybrid Modeling of Offshore Wind Farms., SIGSIM-PADS pp. 171-172 ACM
Godsiff P (2015) Bitcoin: Bubble or Blockchain?, springer
Maull R, Godsiff P, Mulligan CEA (2014) The impact of datafication on service systems, Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences pp. 1193-1201
The digital economy is often regarded as providing potential for new business models and services. While much has been written about digitization, the area of datafication within the context of service systems is much less explored. This paper attempts to highlight the implications of datafication on different types of service systems. Applying the characterization of the four types of customer inputs as defined by Lovelock and Gummeson and realworld examples, we develop a framework based on the work of Frei to analyse the potential impact of datafication on their service delivery systems. The paper also identifies future research possibilities as a result of datafication. © 2014 IEEE.
Maull R, Godsiff P, Mulligan C (2015) Preparing for the future - how managers perceive, interpret and assess the impact of digital technologies for business, 2015 48TH HAWAII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEM SCIENCES (HICSS) pp. 1285-1294 IEEE COMPUTER SOC
Mustafee N, Godsiff P, Sahnoun M, Baudry D, Smart A, Louis A (2015) Investigating execution strategies for hybrid models developed using multiple M&S methodologies, Simulation Series 47 (2) pp. 78-85
Copyright ©2015 Society for Modeling & Simulation International (SCS).The complexity of systems and their multi-faceted relationships mean that the combined application of simulation methods, or hybrid simulation, will enable synergies across techniques and will provide greater insights to problem solving. In this paper we present a hybrid simulation case study in which two models have been developed; an Agent-Based Simulation (ABS) and a Discrete-Event Simulation (DES). The models simulate the operations of offshore wind turbines, with the ABS modelling turbine failure (through, among other things, simulating a degradation model of turbine components) and the DES modelling Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) strategies. The models have been implemented in NetLogo and Simul8 respectively. In this paper we review strategies for the interoperation of our hybrid ABS-DES model and discuss the advantages of using the IEEE 1516 HLA standard for distributed simulation for dynamic information exchange and synchronized model execution.
Maull RS, Godsiff P, Mulligan C (2015) Transitioning to the Pull Economy: The Case of the UK Railways., HICSS pp. 1285-1294 IEEE
Maull RS, Godsiff P, Ng I (2013) A Systems Model of a Service Organization., HICSS pp. 1016-1024 IEEE
Sahnoun M, Godsiff P, Baudry D, Louis A, Mazari B (2014) Modelling of maintenance strategy of offshore wind farms based multi-agent system, CIE 2014 - 44th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering and IMSS 2014 - 9th International Symposium on Intelligent Manufacturing and Service Systems, Joint International Symposium on "The Social Impacts of Developments in Information, Manufacturing and Service Systems" - Proceedings pp. 2406-2420
The maintenance of offshore wind turbines is a complex and costly task which represents a barrier to the development of this source of energy. The combination of the size of the farm and the size of the turbines themselves, the distance from the coast and difficult meteorological conditions make the choice of maintenance strategy difficult. Several modern maintenance techniques have been tried in order to reduce cost and time of maintenance. In this paper we propose a hybrid model of maintenance based on multi-agent systems, which allows for the modelling of systems with dynamic interactions between multiple parts. A multi-criteria decision algorithm has been developed to allow analysis and choosing of different maintenance strategies. A cost model including maintenance action cost, energy loss and installation of monitoring system cost has been presented. A simulator has been developed using NetLogo software and this is presented along with initial results at the end of this paper. These results show that employing a new hybrid maintenance strategy which we propose could increase wind farm productivity and reduce maintenance cost.
Maull R, Godsiff P, Mulligan C, Brown A, Kewell E (2017) Distributed Ledger Technology: Applications and Implications, Strategic Change 26 (5) pp. 481-489 Wiley
Distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) are rewriting conventional notions of business transacting, creating fresh opportunities for value creation and capture. Using qualitative interview data as a primary resource, the proposed five-point model synthesizes these possibilities, demonstrating how they may lead to ?disruptive innovation.? A further conceptual model is subsequently provided with a view to assisting future problem solving in the area.