Journal: J. Simulation

Volume 5, Issue 4

247 -- 265Peer-Olaf Siebers, Uwe Aickelin, Helen Celia, Chris W. Clegg. Towards the development of a simulator for investigating the impact of people management practices on retail performance
266 -- 278Juta Pichitlamken, Supasit Kajkamhaeng, Putchong Uthayopas, R. Kaewpuang. High performance spreadsheet simulation on a desktop grid
279 -- 291Jerry Banks, Leonardo Chwif. Warnings about simulation
292 -- 300E. J. Chen. The range statistic and procedures to select the best systems

Volume 5, Issue 3

133 -- 134Andreas Tolk, John A. Miller. Enhancing simulation composability and interoperability using conceptual/semantic/ontological models
135 -- 146Marko Hofmann, J. Palii, Goran Mihelcic. Epistemic and normative aspects of ontologies in modelling and simulation
147 -- 156Zach Ezzell, Paul A. Fishwick, Benjamin Lok, Andrew Pitkin, Samsun (Sem) Lampotang. An ontology-enabled user interface for simulation model construction and visualization
157 -- 165Osman Balci, James D. Arthur, William F. Ormsby. Achieving reusability and composability with a simulation conceptual model
166 -- 189Perakath C. Benjamin, Kumar V. Akella, Ajay Verma, Belita Gopal, Richard J. Mayer. A knowledge-driven framework for simulation application integration
190 -- 201Leon F. McGinnis, Edward Huang, Ky Sang Kwon, Volkan Ustun. Ontologies and simulation: a practical approach
202 -- 216Aleksandr A. Kerzhner, Jonathan M. Jobe, Christiaan J. J. Paredis. A formal framework for capturing knowledge to transform structural models into analysis models
217 -- 229Umut Durak, Halit Oguztüzün, C. Köksal Algin, Özer Özdikis. Towards interoperable and composable trajectory simulations: an ontology-based approach
230 -- 245Reginald Ford, David Martin, Daniel Elenius, Mark Johnson. Ontologies and tools for analysing and composing simulation confederations for the training and testing domains

Volume 5, Issue 2

69 -- 76A. Beck. Case study: modelling passenger flows in Heathrow Terminal 5
77 -- 88Hessam S. Sarjoughian, James J. Nutaro, G. Joshi. Towards collaborative component-based modelling
89 -- 100Ozgur M. Araz, Tim Lant, John W. Fowler, Megan Jehn. A simulation model for policy decision analysis: a case of pandemic influenza on a university campus
101 -- 110Y. Wang, W. L. Hare, L. Vertesi, A. R. Rutherford. Using simulation to model and optimize acute care access in relation to hospital bed count and bed distribution
111 -- 122David Melendi, Roberto García, Xabiel G. Pañeda, Víctor G. García. Modelling and simulation of a real Internet radio service

Volume 5, Issue 1

1 -- 2Michael E. Kuhl, J. Flower, L. H. Lee. Introduction to Part Special Issue of ::::JOS:::: - simulation: at the interface of modelling and analysis
3 -- 8Barry L. Nelson, Ira Gerhardt. Modelling and simulating non-stationary arrival processes to facilitate analysis
9 -- 24Kathryn Hoad, Stewart Robinson, Ruth Davies. AutoSimOA: a framework for automated analysis of simulation output
25 -- 43Lars Mönch, Jens Zimmermann, Scott J. Mason, John W. Fowler. Multiple orders per job formation and release strategies in large-scale wafer fabs: a simulation study
44 -- 57M. Diefenbach, E. Kozan. Effects of bed configurations at a hospital emergency department
58 -- 68James Moffat, Michael Bathe, Lorna Frewer. The Hybrid War Model: a complex adaptive model of complex urban conflict
268 -- 272K. P. White Jr., S. Robinson. The problem of the initial transient (again), or why MSER works