MULTI-ASPECT DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF HOMOGENEOUS OBJECTS SYSTEM BASED ON THE PROCEDURES OF DECOMPOSITION AND AGGREGATION
Y.E. Lvovich, A.V. Pitolin, S.O. Sorokin
This article examines the functioning of the homogeneous objects system in the conditions of active digitalization. It is shown that the integral structure uniting all aspects of digital transformation is a multi-aspect digital environment, which requires constant improvement as new tools of digitalization develops. The arising task of designing that sort of an environment has an optimization nature. The optimal design system is proposed to build on the basis of a combination of descending and ascending processes of decision-making. The descending design basis is the formalization of the decomposition process of a multidimensional digital environment using a binary tree model. The ascending design procedures are based on models and algorithms of multi-alternative optimization with the determination of the dominant variants set based on the transition matrix of the Markov chain and the use of expert evaluation.
Keywords: optimal design, digitalization, binary tree, multi-alternative optimization