Introduction to Simulation and SLAM II
Combines the presentation of a simulation language and the background material required for performing simulation projects. Provides a detailed description of SLAM II (a Simulation Language for Alternative Modeling II). Expanded edition offers more information on applications of simulation, a newer treatment of network modeling and analysis, a chapter on the simulation of manufacturing systems, and a discussion and presentation of simulation support systems which includes database concepts and advanced graphical features. Numerous examples and illustrations.
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PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
APPLICATIONS OF SIMULATION
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allocated array arriving entity ASSIGN node ATRIB(2 AWAIT node batch beta distribution COLCT node control point crane CREATE node defined dependent variables discrete event discrete event simulation entities waiting entity arrives entry in file equations Erlang distribution estimate event code example exponentially distributed file number FORTRAN function GPSS histogram idle illustration ingot initial input statements integer INTLC ISTAT load machine mean network model normally distributed number of entities obtained operation output parameters performed pile pointer Pritsker procedure QUEUE node random number random variable reactor resource block routed sample sample mean scheduled SELECT node server service activity shown in Figure SIMSCRIPT simulation language simulation model simulation run SLAM II network SLAM II Summary SLAM II variable specified standard deviation state-event station statistics status storage subroutine Summary Report Table tanker teller tion TNOW utilization variance VWAIT wait in file