An introduction to the regenerative method for simulation analysis

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Springer-Verlag, 1977 - Science - 111 pages
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The purpose of this report is to provide an introduction to the regenerative method for simulation analysis. The simulations are simulations of stochastic systems, i.e., systems with random elements. The regenerative approach leads to a statistical methodology for analyzing the output of those simulations which have the property of 'starting afresh probabilistically' from time to time. The class of such simulations is very large and very important, including simulations of a broad variety of queues and queueing networks, inventory systems, inspection, maintenance, and repair operations, and numerous other situations.

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