Eliminating Canceling Edges from the Simulation Graph Model Methodology

@inproceedings{Ingalls1996EliminatingCE,
  title={Eliminating Canceling Edges from the Simulation Graph Model Methodology},
  author={Ricki G. Ingalls and Douglas J. Morrice and Andrew B. Whinston},
  booktitle={Winter Simulation Conference},
  year={1996}
}
Event Graphs and Simulation Graph Models provide a powerful and general modeling framework for discrete event simulation. Within this framework it has been shown that an event cancellation construct in the form of a canceling edge is a modeling convenience rather than a necessary modeling tool. As a result, very little work on the formal development of Event Graphs and Simulation Graph Models directly considers the canceling edge construct. However, to the simulation practitioner the modeling… CONTINUE READING

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