Simulation of Complex Real Systems: Theory and Practice
Discrete event simulation modelling has a solid methodological and computational foundation that has been created through more than thirty years. It was heavily used for solving various problems in real complex systems. Nevertheless, there appears to be a “grey zone” of problems that are situated between theory and practice. For those problems there is not enough interest on both the theoreticians’ and the practitioners’ side.
KeywordsDiscrete Event Simulation Modelling Production System Modelling Simulation Modelling stUdy Usual Modelling Approach System Operation Control
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