Clustering Methods for Multi-Resolution Simulation Modeling

  title={Clustering Methods for Multi-Resolution Simulation Modeling},
  author={Christos G. Cassandras and Christos G. Panayiotou and W. Gong and Zhen Liu and Chao Zou},
Simulation modeling of complex systems is receiving increasing research attention over the past years. In this paper, we discuss the basic concepts involved in multi-resolution simulation modeling of complex stochastic systems. We argue that, in many cases, using the average over all available high-resolution simulation results as the input to subsequent low-resolution modules is inappropriate and may lead to erroneous final results. Instead high-resolution output data should be classified into… CONTINUE READING


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