7 views

Uploaded by Alec Chamberlain

save

- ACTIVIDAD 3.docx
- teaching times at pitt - nov 06
- 99 Ibpsa-nl Bes+Ibpsa
- Pic 18 Help Topics
- ASEE-2012 Integrat Business Process Simulation Software
- 204
- IJETR021869
- Cruz00.pdf
- EXERCISE lesson plan.doc
- 09 June S1 Model Solutions Red
- Guide Risk Analysis for Oil Industry
- Getting Startes
- doc_3.pdf
- Software-JKSimMet-windows-buttons-Rev2.0.ppt
- Software Testing Guide Book 1220545519913636 9
- 11 HMEF5123 T7
- Combat Simulation Suits
- 02tr039
- hydro_eng_may2008.pdf
- Umbrealla Sampling Monte Carlo MCMC
- Report About
- All_product_flyer_Mar 2010
- Oil & Gas Journal
- The IRI 2038 Scenarios Four Views of the Future (2)
- ESP-r_cookbook_june_2015.pdf
- 6710_Creo_Simulate_DS_EN1
- EAS202.2013.Lecture10.March22.HealthInfo.ublearns
- sravan.thummalapelli_cv(1)(1)
- Intrigued Symphonies
- scimakelatex.23599.sdfsdf
- Introductory Research on Open Stack
- Hanford Risk Assessment Project
- r Montecarlo
- tabvmelc01c22
- 1_IntroToMonteCarloSim
- Ch03 Part2 Modified SP2014
- 6_MonteCarloLab_ProcessingTime
- HW #2
- r Montecarlo
- Ch03 Part1 Modified SP2014
- D4 CH1 SG

You are on page 1of 7

**Rolling Dice using @RISK
**

v1.0 by Andrew Lucchesi, Spring 01!

Section 1: Intro to Monte Carlo Simulation and @RISK Summary " #he core idea o$ Monte Carlo methods is to use random samples o$ parameters %or inputs& to e'plore the behavior o$ a comple' system or process. #hese simulations are ideal $or situations involving uncertainty in many dimensions that are too comple' $or an analytical solution. (Monte Carlo simulation per$orms ris) analysis by building models o$ possible results by substituting a range o$ values*a probability distribution*$or any $actor that has inherent uncertainty. It then calculates results over and over, each time using a di$$erent set o$ random values $rom the probability $unctions. +epending upon the number o$ uncertainties and the ranges speci$ied $or them, a Monte Carlo simulation could involve thousands or tens o$ thousands o$ recalculations be$ore it is complete. Monte Carlo simulation produces distributions o$ possible outcome values. ( ,-alisade .or a better idea on how the Monte Carlo Method compares to using a -oint /stimate, watch the video below0 http011www.youtube.com1watch2v3r4oar5e6shs 78IS9 is an /'cel plug,in that allows you to create your model in a spreadsheet, running the simulation through the plug,in. #here are other Monte Carlo /'cel plug,ins, which are similar to 78IS9 as well as separate so$tware all together $or Monte Carlo simulation, however, you can download 78IS9 $or a $ree wee) trial, and get a student version $or only :;00 http011www.palisade.com1academic1students.asp

Section 2: Rolling a die with @RISK In this beginner lab we will be using a tool $or Monte Carlo called 78IS9. 4e<re going to roll a die multiple times and loo) at the distribution o$ the outcomes $rom rolling that die. #here are = sides, all e>ually li)ely to occur. #hat ma)es this an integer with a

Step 10 Launch 78IS9 . . #his will hope$ully ma)e you $eel a little more com$ortable managing the 78IS9 ribbon and its $unctionalities. #his is the shell o$ our model.uni$orm distribution. .ill out the spreadsheet li)e mine %below&. Clic)ing on the icon %shown below& will bring up a spreadsheet in /'cel with the ribbon loaded %also below&. Step 0 Construct your spreadsheet.

=&@. .palisade.#he minimum will be 1 and the ma'imum will be = %remember it<s a die weCre modeling&.unction@ dropdown.& Step B0 Choose parameters.com1ris)1monteAcarloAsimulation. Dou can name the bo' i$ you choose. I$ you hover over the di$$erent options it will give you a short summary on what they<re used $or.or this %while the bo' ne't to +ie1 is selected& select @+iscrete@ and then @8is)Init5ni$orm@ on the ne't menu down.Step !0 Create the $irst distribution. %In$ormation about a $ew o$ these distributions and their uses can be $ound at http011www. Eotice the $ormula that is now in the cell is (38is)Int5ni$orm%1. . 4e want a discrete distribution.asp. ?o to the @Insert .

unctions Arguments bo' will come up that as)s i$ youwould li)e to enter in a Eame. letCs change the iterations %or number o$ times we will simulate rolling the die& to . and position in range. .000 $rom the dropdown bo' .or this $irst e'ample it will Fust be the result $rom rolling that one die.I @8is)Gutput.Step . Dour bo' should now have (3yourcell%$or me CB&J8is)Gutput%&H . 4ith the cell selected go to the (Insert . %#hese are optional.0 Identi$y the outcome cell.unctionH dropdown and select @Gutput@ .& Step =0 Choose your iterations. 8ange name. so I<m leaving them blan) and selecting G9.inally.@ A . . Select the cell ne't to (Gutcome1H and enter %in my case& (3CBH or whatever cell that holds the distribution you made earlier for Die1 .

Step 60 SimulateK Select (Start SimulationH and it will run the simulation once %with . #his again shows the shape. standard deviation.000 rolls. . mean %in this case 6&. all sorts o$ good data will be there. including the mean.&. and so on. #o do that letCs Fust drag +ie 1 to +ie to copy it %it will automatically rename it $or that cell&. 8is)Gutput&. on the side bar.H Eow we will need to indicate the output cell the same way we did earlier but in the cell ne't to Gutcome %Input . variance. or replications&.unction. Step !0 8un the simulationK Dou should now have an output chart depicting a normal distribution $rom adding these random variables. Step 0 Create your outcome cell. and so $orth. A window should pop up ne't to the outcome cell displaying them uni$ormly between 1 and =. Section 3: Rolling 2 die Eow what i$ we want to roll li)e2 die. and see what that outcome would loo) Step 10 Create the same properties $or +ie as we did previously $or die 1. Ee't to the graph. In the Gutcome cell add the two cells ne't to +ie1 and +ie (3yourcell$or+ie1%$or me CB& J yourcell$or+ie %$or me C. add the results. standard variation. Gutput.

.000 times. Instead o$ doing it that way manually. !. . there are si' di$$erent ways that the dice could sum to seven.or e'ample. Lowever $or rolling die .Section 4: Conclusion 8olling a die . so the probability o$ rolling seven is e>ual to =1!=3.1=6. .000 times through the simulation proved that it<s Fust as li)ely to land on 1 as it is .000 times. 4ith more comple' models you could see how this could be . or = %assuming there<s nothing wrong with the die o$ course&. the Monte Carlo simulated throwing dice . #his picture shows the probability o$ a particular outcome. B. we see the probability o$ every number that could be e>ualed in the != di$$erent combinations o$ dice rolls.

com1ris)1monteAcarloAsimulation.palisade.com1monte. optimiMing ris) management in decision ma)ing. Nim ?rayson http011www.carlo.goldsim.help$ulK In dealing with uncertainty in many directions.solver. References: +r.simulation.overview .asp http011www. this can help Fudge di$$erent possible scenarios and ris)s.com14eb1Introduction1-robabilistic1MonteCarlo1 http011www.

- ACTIVIDAD 3.docxUploaded byYENCY RUBIANO
- teaching times at pitt - nov 06Uploaded bytchauradar
- 99 Ibpsa-nl Bes+IbpsaUploaded byLTE002
- Pic 18 Help TopicsUploaded byЄвген Лісовий
- ASEE-2012 Integrat Business Process Simulation SoftwareUploaded bymasterwolfx
- 204Uploaded bysandy123429
- IJETR021869Uploaded byerpublication
- Cruz00.pdfUploaded bymaharabd
- EXERCISE lesson plan.docUploaded byFatinah Dellah
- 09 June S1 Model Solutions RedUploaded byAnkit Bhambhaney
- Guide Risk Analysis for Oil IndustryUploaded byLEO_GONZALEZ
- Getting StartesUploaded byKelvin Pacheco
- doc_3.pdfUploaded byKartika Andria Pertiwi
- Software-JKSimMet-windows-buttons-Rev2.0.pptUploaded byfabiola
- Software Testing Guide Book 1220545519913636 9Uploaded byfuzzybyte
- 11 HMEF5123 T7Uploaded byAsni Beddu
- Combat Simulation SuitsUploaded by9continents
- 02tr039Uploaded byhertro
- hydro_eng_may2008.pdfUploaded byamerico007
- Umbrealla Sampling Monte Carlo MCMCUploaded byvkk106
- Report AboutUploaded byHalahMohammed
- All_product_flyer_Mar 2010Uploaded bycopymaster2000
- Oil & Gas JournalUploaded byhannpapa
- The IRI 2038 Scenarios Four Views of the Future (2)Uploaded byRick Kolsky
- ESP-r_cookbook_june_2015.pdfUploaded byGK Singh
- 6710_Creo_Simulate_DS_EN1Uploaded byCarlos Roldan
- EAS202.2013.Lecture10.March22.HealthInfo.ublearnsUploaded bymetin
- sravan.thummalapelli_cv(1)(1)Uploaded byanuragpavan
- Intrigued SymphoniesUploaded bykhayat
- scimakelatex.23599.sdfsdfUploaded byOne TWo

- Introductory Research on Open StackUploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- Hanford Risk Assessment ProjectUploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- r MontecarloUploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- tabvmelc01c22Uploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- 1_IntroToMonteCarloSimUploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- Ch03 Part2 Modified SP2014Uploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- 6_MonteCarloLab_ProcessingTimeUploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- HW #2Uploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- r MontecarloUploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- Ch03 Part1 Modified SP2014Uploaded byAlec Chamberlain
- D4 CH1 SGUploaded byAlec Chamberlain