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1.1 When Simulation is the Appropriate Tool
1.2 When Simulation is Not Appropriate
1.3 Advantages of Simulation
1.4 Disadvantages of simulation
1.5 Applications of Simulation
1.7 Components of a System
1.8 System Environment
1.10 Model of a system
1.11 Types of Models
1.12 Discrete-Event System Simulation
1.13 Steps in a Simulation study
2.1 Characteristics of Queueing Systems
2.2 Queueing Notation:-
2.3 Simulation of Queuing systems
2.4 Simulation of Inventory Systems
3.1 Concepts in Discrete-Event Simulation
3.2 The Event-Scheduling/Time-Advance Algorithm
3.3 World Views
3.4 Manual Simulation Using Event Scheduling
4.2 Generation of Pseudo-Random Numbers
4.3.1 Linear Congruential Method
4.3.2 Combined Linear Congruential Generators
4.4.1 Frequency Tests
4.4.2 Runs Tests
4.4.3 Tests for Autocorrelation
4.4.5 Poker Test
5.1.1 EXPONENTIAL DISTRIBUTION :
5.1.2 Uniform Distribution :
5.1.3 Discrete Distribution
5.2Acceptance-Rejection Technique :
6.1 Data Collection
6.2.1 Histogram
6.2.2 Selecting the Family of Distributions
6.2.3 Quantile-Quantile Plots
6.3.1 Preliminary Statistics: Sample Mean and Sample Variance
6.3.2 Suggested Estimators
6.4.1 Chi-Square Test
6.4.2 Chi-Square Test with Equal Probabilities
6.4.3 Kolmogorov - Smirnov Goodness-of-Fit Test
6.4.4 p-Values and "Best Fits"
6.5 Selecting Input Models without Data
6.6 Multivariate and Time-Series Input Models
7.1 Model Building, Verification, and Validation
7.3.2 Validation of Model Assumptions
7.3.4: Input-Output Validation: Using Historical Input Data
7.3.5: Input-Output Validation: Using a Turing Test
8.1 Types of simulation w.r.t Output Analysis
8.2 Stochastic Nature of output data
8.3.1 Point Estimation
8.3.2 Interval Estimation
8.4.1 Statistical background
8.4.3 Confidence Intervals specified precision
8.4.4 Confidence Intervals for Quantiles
8.5.1 Initialization Bias
8.5.2 Replication Method
8.5.3 Sample Size
8.5.4 Batch Means for Interval estimation
9.1 Introduction
9.2.1 Process Orientation
9.2.2 Event Orientation
9.3.1 Modulated Poisson Process
9.3.2 Virtual Memory Referencing
9.4 High-Level Computer System Simulation
9.5 CPU Simulation
9.6 Memory Simulation
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System Modeling & Simulation Notes

System Modeling & Simulation Notes

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