Analysis of DDD and VDT simulation techniques to determine feasibility of using VDT simulation to validate DDD models
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The purpose of this MBA project was to determine whether and how VDT can emulate the results obtained from A2C2 Experiments. To do that, we have first focused on learning the basics of VDT and DDD simulation techniques and then on how the models used in DDD can be analyzed using VDT. To this end, we obtained experimental data from DDD Experiment 8 and created representative models in VDT to determine the similarities and differences. We also kept detailed records of our research to assist individuals in the future who may want to expand on our work. The project involved studying of DDD and VDT techniques, establishing building blocks in VDT, creating a best effort model for DDD Experiment 8 and studying the various outcomes. In this project we could not successfully replicate the complex DDD Experiment 8 scenarios within VDT. However, important conclusions were drawn that would go a long way towards helping future studies in this regard.
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