Statistical Screening, Selection, and Nultiple Comparison Procedures in Computer Simulation

Abstract

We present a state-of-the-art review of screening, selection, and multiple-comparison procedures that are used to compare system designs via computer simulation. We describe methods for three broad classes of problems: screening a large number of system designs, selecting the best system, and comparing all systems to a standard (either known or unknown). We concentrate primarily on recent methods that we would be likely to use in practice. Where possible, we unify the screening, selection, and multiple-comparison perspectives.

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@inproceedings{Goldsman1998StatisticalSS, title={Statistical Screening, Selection, and Nultiple Comparison Procedures in Computer Simulation}, author={David Goldsman and Barry L. Nelson}, booktitle={Winter Simulation Conference}, year={1998} }