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Author: SAS Publishing
Publisher: SAS Publishing
Keywords: guide, user, studio, simulation, sas
Number of Pages: 257
Published: 2009-07-31
ISBN-10: 1607641925
ISBN-13: 9781607641926

Describes how to use SAS Simulation Studio to create, execute, and analyze discrete event simulation models via its grapical user interface. This guide also explains the SAS Simulation Studio interface to the JMP design-of-experiments capabilities for generating designs to run against your simulation models.
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Author: Zülch, Gert [Hrsg.]
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Keywords: und, simulation, der, fachtagung, asim, arbeitsgemeinschaft, logistik, produktion, personal, technik, organisation, integrationsaspekte, karlsruhe, oktober
Number of Pages: 636
Published: 2010
ISBN-10: 386644558X
ISBN-13: 9783866445581
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Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Mod
Publisher: National Academies
Keywords: defense, entertainment, linking, simulation, modeling
Number of Pages: 200
Published: 1997
eBookDB-ID: NAP:12414

The entertainment industry and the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) -- though different in their motivations, objectives, and cultures -- share a growing interest in modeling and simulation technologies. In entertainment, such technologies drive multibillion-dollar markets in video games, virtual reality attractions and theme parks, and film. For DOD, modeling and simulation provide a cost-effective means of training troops, developing doctrine and tactics, and evaluating new and upgraded systems.This volume explores both entertainment and military applications of modeling and simulation techn
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Author: Sas Institute
Publisher: SAS Institute
Keywords: application, qsim, guide, user, sas
Number of Pages: 144
Published: 2008-03
ISBN-10: 1607640635
ISBN-13: 9781607640639

Documents the QSIM application, which provides a graphical, programming-free environment for analyzing queuing systems through the use of discrete event simulation models. QSIM enables you to use a point-and-click interface to build and run simple or complex simulation models and to collect and analyze the resulting performance data to gain insight into the behavior of the system being modeled. This title is suitable for novice and experienced readers, but some background in discrete event simulation is helpful.
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Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: combat, simulation, interactive, distributed
Number of Pages: 84
Published: 1996-09
ISBN-10: 0788133233
ISBN-13: 9780788133237

An assessment of combat modeling & simulation technologies. Discusses simulators which allow military forces to practice & train in situations which would be too costly or risky to practice with real weapons. Chapters include: preparing for the next war; recent developments; simulators; types of simulations; the evolution of distributed interactive simulation; SIMNET; fidelity, fog & friction; verification, validation, & accreditation; standards for DIS scalability & scaling; funding for DIS systems. Graphs, charts, & photos.
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Author: David Holloway
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: bibliography, january, june, pollution, source, models, gis, nonpoint, simulation
Number of Pages: 43
Published: 1992-06-01
ISBN-10: 0788136933
ISBN-13: 9780788136931

Contains 122 unannotated abstracts on simulation models, geographic information systems (GIS) and nonpoint-source water pollution in agriculture. Includes subject and author indices.
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Author: Peter Droogers
Publisher: IWMI
Keywords: using, simulation, modeling, scales, spatial, productivity, water, different, estimating
Number of Pages: 25
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 9290904313
ISBN-13: 9789290904311

A clear understanding of the current water balance is required to explore options for water saving measures. However, measurement of all the terms in the water balance is infeasible in terms of spatial and temporal scale, but hydrological simulation models can fill the gap between measured and required data. For a basin in Western Turkey, simulation modeling at three different scales, field, irrigation scheme and basin scale, was performed to obtain all terms of the water balance. These water balance numbers were used to calculate the Productivity of Water at the three spatial levels distingui
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