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Lecture 11

Lecture 11

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Published by: Ahmad Shdifat on May 11, 2012
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Modeling & SimulationLecture 11
Output Analysis
Eng. Ghada Al-MashaqbehThe Hashemite UniversityComputer Engineering Department
The Hashemite University
Distinguish the two types of simulation:transient vs. steady state.
Illustrate the inherent variability in astochastic discrete-event simulation.
Cover the statistical estimation of performance measures.
Discusses the analysis of transientsimulations.
Discusses the analysis of steady-statesimulations.
The Hashemite University
Output Analysis
Analyzing the output of the simulation is a part thatis often done incorrectly (by analysts andcommercial software)
We consider several issues including:
One simulation run is not sufficient to analyze the behaviorof the system. Why?
Inputs are drawn from random variables. These values forsome run may be biased.
But, how to determine the needed number of simulationruns to get the correct output?
Failure to determine when a simulation run ends
Is there a clear event to determine when to end simulation.
Or you want to study the system on the long run (i.e. steadystate).
Does the system model under study has a steady state
How to determine the needed warm-up period during whichthe obtained output is not correct or accurate for a steadystate simulation?

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