Cynthia L. Morey

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One way to think about the process of building a simulation model is to classify the modeling into two (probably overlapping) activities. Structural modeling involves setting up the basic physical and logical structure, without bothering with specifics of parameter values, input-distribution forms, or run lengths, etc. For example, in a model of a(More)
Simulation models represent an abstraction of real life systems in terms of their components, parameters, and relationships. To obtain an acceptable understanding of any simulated system, experiments must be performed on their elements through representative simulation runs. Statistically designed experiments can be employed to improve the efficiency and(More)
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