Modelling Of An Nautical Tourist Ports Business System (Ntbs)
AbstractSimulation modelling of a nautical and tourist port NTBS (Nautical Tourist Business System) in relation to investments in sports objects will result in an increase of the quality of the total offer and an increase of competitive forces of the observed system. The system of nautical and tourist ports NTBS has all the characteristics of a complex organisation and business system, for which dynamic modelling efficient methods of simulation techniques have to be used. In this paper, the NTBS will be determined through a global model of integral nautical and tourist service (from berthing service as a basic service to all other additional services). The subsystem of investments in new capacities, like sports and additional capacities will be determined by exogenous variable VINK – value of investments in new capacities.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Faculty of Economics in Osijek, Croatia in its journal Interdisciplinary Management Research.
Volume (Year): 6 (2010)
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Simulation modelling; business system of nautical and tourist ports; investments in sports objects; competitive advantages; sports and recreation market;
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