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Strategy-related characteristics of discrete-event languages and models

Strategy-related characteristics of discrete-event languages and models,10.1177/003754978604600403,Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simula

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    • ...The experimentation of DES is generally carried out by advancing activities over time under the control of a simulation strategy (Hopper, 1986; Pidd, 1998), where resource availabilities and logical feasibilities are the conditions which determine the execution of the activities...
    • ...Combination with an AS-based simulation strategy A simulation strategy is generally adopted to control time-advancement for experimentation of DES (Hopper, 1986)...
    • ...the AS is particularly adept at dealing with an operational system in which activities are subject to complex activation conditions (Hopper, 1986; Pidd, 1998)...

    Hong Zhanget al. Consideration of break in modeling of construction processes

    • ...The operation routines depend on the worldview, and may be based on events, activities, or processes (Hooper 1986), (Overeinder 2000)...

    Jaap A. Ottjeset al. Prototyping in Process oriented Modeling and Simulation

    • ...Modeling paradigmor simulation strategy is the conceptual framework that guides model development and determines how the modeler views the system being modeled (Hooper 1986; Balci 1988)...
    • ...This strategy is particularly suited to modeling operations where the moving entities are differentiated by many attributes and where the machines or resources that serve these entities have few attributes, a limited number of states, and do not interact too much (Hooper 1986)...
    • ...AS is particularly adept at modeling systems with interdependent components subject to complex activity start-up conditions where many resources with distinct properties must collaborate according to highly dynamic rules (Hooper 1986)...
    • ...For this reason, the superiority of one strategy over another has been the subject of much discussion and has led to several comparisons over the years (Hills 1973; Zeigler 1976, Hooper and Reilly 1982; Birtwistle et al. 1985; Hooper 1986)...

    Julio C. Martinezet al. General-Purpose Systems for Effective Construction Simulation

    • ...Hooper [Hooper86] describes three kinds of world views, which are most commonly used in discrete event simulation: event scheduling, activity scanning or process interaction...

    Andrew David Pimentel. The parallelisation of the object-oriented simulation language Pearl

    • ...Most of the discrete event simulations use one of the three following perspectives [Hoo86]: event scheduling, activity scanning, or process interaction...

    Benno Overeinderet al. Parallel discrete event simulation

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