Model reuse versus model development: Effects on credibility and learning

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The construction of generic models and their validity when reused has received much attention in the DES literature. This is with good reason as rapid deployment of a generic model can reduce time, effort and cost of a study. On the other hand the utility of model reuse as an aid to decision making has had little exploration. This is an area that should be… (More)

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@article{Monks2009ModelRV, title={Model reuse versus model development: Effects on credibility and learning}, author={Thomas Monks and Stewart Robinson and Kathy Kotiadis}, journal={Proceedings of the 2009 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)}, year={2009}, pages={767-778} }