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Theory of modeling and simulation: discrete event & iterative system computational foundations (3rd ed.)
Zeigler B., Muzy A., Kofman E., Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, CA, 2019. 692 pp. Type: Book (9780128133705)
By the authors’ reckoning, modeling needs an established body of knowledge, usable by all specialists in the discipline....
Dec 5 2019
Modeling discreteevent systems with GPenSIM: an introduction
Davidrajuh R., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2018. 138 pp. Type: Book (9783319731018)
GPenSim is a freely downloadable, generalpurpose Petri net simulator, written as a set of MATLAB Mfiles, that runs within the MATLAB environment. The example problems also run on Octave, a shareware version of MATLAB, making the package broadly ...
Mar 25 2019
Partial interconnection and observerbased deadbeat control of twodimensional behaviors
Bisiacco M., Valcher M. Multidimensional Systems and Signal Processing 26(2): 459479, 2015. Type: Article
The zerotimecontrollability of an observerbased deadbeat controller (DBC) is described in this paper. Deadbeat control is a typical example of linear control strategies in discretetime systems. The standard objective of deadbeat control is to ...
May 18 2016
VMSimInt: a network simulation tool supporting integration of arbitrary kernels and applications
Werthmann T., Kaschub M., Kühlewind M., Scholz S., Wagner D. SIMUTools 2014 (Proceedings of the 7th International ICST Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques, Lisbon, Portugal, Mar 1719, 2014) 5665, 2014. Type: Proceedings
The network simulation method has been studied for years. Compared to expensive and limitedscale network emulation, network simulation achieves a larger scale of systems and has a lower cost. Therefore, network simulation is very important to sci...
Oct 8 2014
Development of a daily mortality probability prediction model from intensive care unit patients using a discretetime event history analysis
Huang Y., Chang K., Lin S., Chen K., Chan K., Chang P. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 111(2): 280289, 2013. Type: Article
Long ago, Boyd et al. used logistic regression to develop the first trauma and injury severity score (TRISS) for predicting the mortality of injured patients [1]. However, determining how to develop a reliable daily prediction model of survival at...
Oct 8 2013
A performance and scalability evaluation of the ns3 distributed scheduler
Renard K., Peri C., Clarke J. SIMUTools 2012 (Proceedings of the 5th International ICST Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques, Desenzano del Garda, Italy, Mar 1923, 2012) 378382, 2012. Type: Proceedings
The performance and scalability of the opensource network simulator ns3 in simulating mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are evaluated in this paper. Studies on the critical importance of accuracy in network model simulations are valuable, especial...
Dec 10 2012
Conceptual modeling for discreteevent simulation
Robinson S., Brooks R., Kotiadis K., Van Der Zee D., CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, 2010. 527 pp. Type: Book (9781439810378)
With this book, several scholars joined forces to provide a comprehensive account of the various aspects of conceptual modeling in discrete event simulation. The reasons for composing such a book are adequately justified by the editors, who are al...
Jan 12 2011
A new learning algorithm for optimal stopping
Borkar V., Pinto J., Prabhu T. Discrete Event Dynamic Systems 19(1): 91113, 2009. Type: Article
The finite horizon optimal stopping model’s various applications, mainly in Americantype option pricing, required research in order to construct a solution for these problems in exact form. Dynkin’s original formulation and solution [...
Sep 8 2010
Capacity of clinical pathwaysa strategic multilevel evaluation tool
Cardoen B., Demeulemeester E. Journal of Medical Systems 32(6): 443452, 2008. Type: Article
In order to provide “what if” evaluations of clinical pathways in hospitals, the authors built a discrete event simulation using Arena version 8.0....
Aug 24 2010
Introduction to discrete event systems (2nd ed.)
Cassandras C., Lafortune S., SpringerVerlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2008. 776 pp. Type: Book (9780387333328)
A discrete event system is a mathematical device that communicates with its environment by atomic actions called events. These events are discrete in the sense that they occur instantaneouslyas opposed to over a period of time. The dynamics...
Oct 27 2009
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