Journal: J. Simulation

Volume 4, Issue 4

213 -- 221P. J. Byrne, Cathal Heavey, P. Ryan, Paul Liston. Sustainable supply chain design: capturing dynamic input factors
222 -- 231U. Beißert, M. König, Hans-Joachim Bargstädt. Soft Constraint-based simulation of execution strategies in building engineering
232 -- 241Mark Aufenanger, Alexander Blecken, Christoph Laroque. Design and implementation of an MDA interface for flexible data capturing
242 -- 254Casper Veeger, L. F. P. Etman, Joost van Herk, Jacobus E. Rooda. Generating CT-TH-PM surfaces using EPT-based aggregate modelling
255 -- 259G. Mayer, Sven Spieckermann. Life-cycle of simulation models: requirements and case studies in the automotive industry
260 -- 267Gert Zülch, Marcel Becker. Impact of ageing workforces on long-term efficiency of manufacturing systems
268 -- 272K. P. White Jr., S. Robinson. The problem of the initial transient (again), or why MSER works

Volume 4, Issue 3

149 -- 150Raymond R. Hill. Introduction to the special issue
151 -- 162Charles M. Macal, Michael J. North. Tutorial on agent-based modelling and simulation
163 -- 169B. L. Heath, Raymond R. Hill. Some insights into the emergence of agent-based modelling
170 -- 180Ross Gore, Paul F. Reynolds Jr.. INSIGHT: understanding unexpected behaviours in agent-based simulations
181 -- 195H. Qu, Q. Zhu, H. Fu, Z. Lu. Virtual EP: a simulator of multi-agents-based virtual plant growth in response to environmental heterogeneity
196 -- 203C. C. Chen, David R. Hardoon. Learning from multi-level behaviours in agent-based simulations: a Systems Biology application
204 -- 210Peer-Olaf Siebers, Charles M. Macal, Jeremy Garnett, D. Buxton, Michael Pidd. Discrete-event simulation is dead, long live agent-based simulation!
211 -- 212Raymond R. Hill. Managing business complexity: discovering strategic solutions with agent-based modelling and simulation

Volume 4, Issue 2

81 -- 97Michael E. Kuhl, Julie Simmons Ivy, Emily K. Lada, Natalie M. Steiger, Mary Ann Flanigan Wagner, James R. Wilson. Univariate input models for stochastic simulation
98 -- 108K. C. James, M. Bhasi. Development of model categories for performance improvement studies related to airport terminal operations
109 -- 115Sonja Kuhnt, S. Wenzel. Information acquisition for modelling and simulation of logistics networks
116 -- 127E. J. Chen. Restricted subset selection and its application
128 -- 142José Arnaldo Barra Montevechi, Renaldo Gonzaga de Almeida Filho, A. P. Paiva, Rafael Florencio da Silva Costa, André Luiz Medeiros. Sensitivity analysis in discrete-event simulation using fractional factorial designs
143 -- 148Abbas Al-Refaie, M.-H. Li. Alpha mistake of Taguchi method with L::18:: array for STB type QCH using simulation

Volume 4, Issue 1

1 -- 0Hazel Pilgrim. Simulation in healthcare - Part 2
2 -- 13Aisha Naseer, Tillal Eldabi, Terry Young. RIGHT: A toolkit for selecting healthcare modelling methods
14 -- 23M. D. Stevenson, E. L. Simpson, A. C. Rawdin, D. E. Papaioannou. A review of discrete event simulation in National Coordinating Centre for Health Technology Assessment-funded work and a case study exploring the cost-effectiveness of testing for thrombophilia in patients presenting with an initial idiopathic venous thro
24 -- 33Boris G. Sobolev, L. Kuramoto. Cluster-randomized design for simulation-based evaluation of complex healthcare interventions
34 -- 41S. D. Gregory, N. Greatrex, D. Timms, N. Gaddum, M. J. Pearcy, J. F. Fraser. Simulation and enhancement of a cardiovascular device test rig
42 -- 51Murat M. Günal, Michael Pidd. Discrete event simulation for performance modelling in health care: a review of the literature
52 -- 59J. D. Griffiths, M. Jones, M. S. Read, J. E. Williams. A simulation model of bed-occupancy in a critical care unit
60 -- 67Yang Meng, Ruth Davies, Katherine Hardy, Peter Hawkey. An application of agent-based simulation to the management of hospital-acquired infection
68 -- 80C.-Y. Huang, Y. S. Tsai, T.-H. Wen. Simulations for epidemiology and public health education