Journal: J. Simulation

Volume 1, Issue 3

149 -- 152Stewart Robinson. The future's bright the future's...Conceptual modelling for simulation!
153 -- 158Wang Wang, Roger J. Brooks. Improving the understanding of conceptual modelling
159 -- 174James D. Arthur, Richard E. Nance. Investigating the use of software requirements engineering techniques in simulation modelling
175 -- 186Osman Balci, William F. Ormsby. Conceptual modelling for designing large-scale simulations
187 -- 202Durk-Jouke van der Zee. Developing participative simulation models - framing decomposition principles for joint understanding
203 -- 213John Ryan, Cathal Heavey. Development of a process modelling tool for simulation
215 -- 222Kathy Kotiadis. Using soft systems methodology to determine the simulation study objectives
223 -- 0Adam Brentnall. Discrete-Event System Simulation (International Edition)

Volume 1, Issue 2

67 -- 0Simon J. E. Taylor. Editorial
69 -- 79Peter Lendermann, Stephen John Turner, Malcolm Y. H. Low, Boon-Ping Gan, Nirupam Julka, Lai Peng Chan, Wentong Cai 0001, Loo Hay Lee, Ek Peng Chew, Suyan Teng, Leon F. McGinnis. An integrated and adaptive decision-support framework for high-tech manufacturing and service networks
81 -- 96Roland Ewald, Carsten Maus, Arndt Rolfs, Adelinde M. Uhrmacher. Discrete event modelling and simulation in systems biology
97 -- 107Christine S. M. Currie. Bayesian methodology for dynamic modelling
109 -- 119Philip G. Brabazon, Bart L. MacCarthy, R. W. Hawkins. Simulation of passenger vehicle order fulfilment processes
121 -- 130T. S. Baines, O. Benedettini. Modelling human performance within manufacturing systems design: from a theoretical towards a practical framework
131 -- 135R. Davies, Roger J. Brooks. Stream correlations in multiple recursive and congruential generators
137 -- 145Werner Sandmann. Efficiency of importance sampling estimators
147 -- 148Raymond R. Hill. Discrete-Event Simulation: A First Course

Volume 1, Issue 1

1 -- 6Simon J. E. Taylor, Stewart Robinson. So where to next? A survey of the future for discrete-event simulation
7 -- 20Michael Pidd, Adelaide Carvalho. Simulation software: not the same yesterday, today or forever
21 -- 28Stephen E. Chick. Six ways to improve a simulation analysis
29 -- 38Raymond R. Hill, R. Greg Carl, Lance E. Champagne. Using agent-based simulation to empirically examine search theory using a historical case study
39 -- 52H. Huang, Thomas R. Willemain. Input modelling for financial simulations using the bootstrap
53 -- 63Russell C. H. Cheng. Validating and comparing simulation models using resampling
65 -- 66Kathy Kotiadis. Computer simulation in management science