A Tutorial on Discrete-Event Modeling with Simulation Graphs
Buss, Arnold H.
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This tutorial is an introduction to Simulation Graphs for simulation modeling. The Simulation Graph methodology is a paradigm that directly models the future event list underlying the Discrete Event approach to simulation modeling. Simulation Graphs have a minimalist design (a single type of node, two types of edges with up to three options), making them the ideal tool for rapid construction and representation of simulation models.
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