Chapter4 - Chapter 4 Simulation Software Banks, Carson,...

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Chapter 4 Simulation Software Discrete-Event System Simulation ٢ Classification of Simulation Software ± General-purpose programming languages ² Flexible and familiar ² Well suited for learning DES principles and techniques ² E.g.: C, C++, Java ± Simulation Programming Language ² GPSS,SIMAN,… ± simulation languages (Simulation environments) ² Good for building models quickly ² Provide built-in features (e.g., queue structures) ² Graphics and animation provided ² E.g.: Arena, Automod,…
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٣ Selection simulation Software ± Model building feature ± Runtime environment ± Animation of layout features ± Output features ± Vendor support and product documentation ٤ Model building feature ± Modeling world-view ± Input data analysis capability ± Graphical model building ± Conditional routing ± Simulation programming ± Syntax ± Input flexibility ± Modeling conciseness ± Randomness ± Specialized components and templates ± User-built objects ± Interface with general programming language
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2011 for the course IE 230 taught by Professor Akbari during the Spring '11 term at Amirkabir University of Technology.

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