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1.1.1Computer Simulation’s Basic Nature
1.1.2Computer Simulation Uses
1.1.3 General Benefits of Computer Simulation
1.1.4 General Limitations of Computer Simulation
1.2.1 Continuous Simulation
1.2.2 Monte Carlo Simulation
1.2.3 Discrete Event Computer Simulation
1.2.4 Agent-Based Modeling
1.3Brief History of Simulation
2.1.1 Comparison to Traditional Languages
2.1.2 Simulation Languages
2.1.3 How Simulation Languages Work
2.2.1 Simulators
2.2.2 Advantages of Simulators
2.2.3 Simulators vs. Simulation Languages
2.2.4 Integrated Environments
2.3 Hardware Requirements for Simulation
2.4.1 Using Animation in The Proper Context
2.4.2 Misuse of Animation
2.4.3 Animation Attributes
2.4.4 Example Animation Software Packages
2.5 Bibliography
3.1 Why Use Simulation
3.2.1 Types of Simulation
3.2.2 Operational Changes and Follow-up
3.3 Estimation of Simulation Time
3.4 Methodology for Manufacturing Simulations
3.5 Forcing Completion of Design with Simulation
3.6 The Simulation Decision
3.7 Make It Work Vs. Does It Work
3.8 Optimizing and Developing Solutions
3.9 Genetic Algorithms
3.10 Ethics in Simulation
3.11 Bibliography
4.1.1 Problem Definition
4.1.2 General Feasibility
4.2 Managerial Phase
4.3.1 Model Scaling
4.3.2 Modeling Views
4.3.3 Concept Model
4.3.4 Concept Modeling with Simple Spreadsheets
4.3.6 Scientific Method Approach to Modeling
4.3.7 Statistical Methods and Input Data
4.3.8 Pearson’s Chi-Square Test
4.3.9 Example Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit
4.3.10 Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test
4.3.11 Anderson Darling Test
4.3.12 Example Using Data Fit Software
4.4.1 Simplementation Cases
4.4.2 Persims
4.5 Bibliography
5.1.1 Validation
5.1.2 Simulation Input Data Validation
5.1.3 Validation of Simulation Outputs
5.3 Model Construction
5.4 Verification
5.5 Bibliography
6.1.1 Random and Pseudo-Random Number Streams
6.1.2 Special Concerns for Terminating Simulations
6.1.3 Special Concerns for Steady State Simulations
6.2 Production Runs
6.3.1 Statistical Output Analysis of a Single Model
6.3.2 Statistical Output Analysis Used to Compare Models
6.4.1 Simulation Report
6.4.2 Quick Reports
6.4.3 Logic Transfer
6.5.1 MS-Office Excel
6.5.2 SAS
6.5.3 Custom Generated Animation
6.6. Operations, Maintenance and Archival Phase
6.7 Bibliography
7.1.1 Problem Definition
7.1.2 General Feasibility
7.2 Managerial Phase
7.3.1 Environment and Boundary
7.3.2 Model Scaling and Scope
7.3.3 Modeling Views
7.3.4 Concept Model
7.3.5 Model Inputs
7.3.6 Simulation Input Data Validation
7.3.7 Selection of a Language or Tool
7.3.8 Model Construction
7.5.1 Experimental Design
7.5.2 Statistical Output Analysis of a Single Model
7.5.3 Additional Scenario
7.6. Operations, Maintenance and Archival Phase
7.7 Bibliography
7.8 Appendix: GPSS World Source Code Listing (Two Bus Model)
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Understanding Computer Simulation

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