• Computer Science
  • Published 1999

Simulating rare event details of ATM delay time distributions with RESTART/LRE

@inproceedings{Grg1999SimulatingRE,
  title={Simulating rare event details of ATM delay time distributions with RESTART/LRE},
  author={Carmelita G{\"o}rg and Oliver Fu{\ss}},
  year={1999}
}
RESTART/LRE 2 is a multi-step simulation approach which reduces the simulation run time by several orders of magnitude from, e.g., years to minutes, thus making simulation studies for rare events feasible. The approach can be applied to single nodes and networks. It is a so-called importance splitting method, where system states that lead to the rare event are saved and used as the starting point for new simulation sub-runs. The results of the sub-runs are multiplied with the corresponding… CONTINUE READING

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