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Making efficient simulation experiments interactively with a desktop simulation package

Cheng, R.C.H. and Lamb, J.D. (2000) Making efficient simulation experiments interactively with a desktop simulation package Journal of the Operational Research Society, 51, (4), pp. 501-507.

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Abstract

It is shown how a design of simulation experiments methodology can be used interactively with practical simulation models constructed in a desktop simulation package (SIMUL8). The methodology includes new ideas on how to improve the accuracy of a simulation response. It is implemented as a set of computer program modules that are not specific to a particular simulation model and provide an interface that lets the modeller construct an efficient simulation experiment with only an operational understanding of how the methodology works. The methodology and program modules are illustrated with a practical simulation model, and the results show how they can improve simulation response with negligible increase in computational effort.

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Published date: 2000
Additional Information: Simulation Modelling Methodology
Keywords: design of experiments, regression metamodels, simulation
Organisations: Operational Research

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Local EPrints ID: 29714
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/29714
ISSN: 0160-5682
PURE UUID: d08e41cf-32b6-48e1-90f4-72649a8d577d

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Date deposited: 20 Jul 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:57

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Author: R.C.H. Cheng
Author: J.D. Lamb

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