Edward A. MacNair, Kenneth J. Musselman, Philip Heidelberger, editors, Proceedings of the 21st Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, DC, USA, December 4-6, 1989. ACM Press, 1989.

Conference: wsc1989

Abstract is missing.

- Why simulation works1-9 [doi]
- Simulation for decision making: an introduction9-18 [doi]
- Parallel discrete event simulation19-28 [doi]
- Selecting simulation software for manufacturing applications29-32 [doi]
- Tutorial: artificial intelligence and simulation33-39 [doi]
- A tutorial on uniform variate generation40-49 [doi]
- Graphical methods for the design and analysis of simulation experiments51-61 [doi]
- How to assess the acceptability and credibility of simulation results62-71 [doi]
- The simulation process: avoiding the problems and pitfalls72-79 [doi]
- Rapid modeling: how it assists manufacturing competitiveness80-83 [doi]
- Hierarchical, modular modelling in DEVS-scheme84-89 [doi]
- Optimization of stochastic systems via simulation90-105 [doi]
- Simulation run length planning106-112 [doi]
- Perspectives on simulation using GPSS115-128 [doi]
- Introduction to SIMAN129-139 [doi]
- A tutorial introduction to object-oriented simulation and SIM+ +140-146 [doi]
- Computer animation with CINEMA147-154 [doi]
- A general purpose animator155-163 [doi]
- Productivity tools in simulation: SIMSCRIPT 11.5 and SIMGRAPHICS164-171 [doi]
- MODSIM II-an object oriented simulation language for sequential and parallel processors172-177 [doi]
- Introduction to SLAM II and SLAMSYSTEM178-183 [doi]
- The GPSS/PC student version185-191 [doi]
- A tutorial on SEE WHY and WITNESS192-200 [doi]
- Introduction to SIMFACTORY 11.5201-204 [doi]
- NETWORK 11.5 Tutorial: network modeling - without programming205-214 [doi]
- Communication network analysis with COMNET 11.5215-221 [doi]
- Knowledge-based modeling and simulation components222-231 [doi]
- The SimKit system: knowledge-based simulation and modeling tools in KEE232-234 [doi]
- AutoMod II: the system builder235-242 [doi]
- The MAST simulation environment243-248 [doi]
- Extended features of GPSS/H249-253 [doi]
- Simulation with MIC-SIM and MIC-SIM VIEW254-256 [doi]
- Estimating system availability and reliability257-265 [doi]
- Stochastic petri net simulation266-276 [doi]
- Tutorial: scheduling manufacturing systems with FACTOR277-280 [doi]
- SIMPLE_1: the language & modeling environment281-290 [doi]
- Simulation modeling and analysis with INSIGHT: a tutorial291-300 [doi]
- DISC++: A C++ based library for object oriented simulation301-305 [doi]
- Modeling input processes with Johnson distributions308-318 [doi]
- Pre-and post-processing for data efficiency in large-scale computer simulations319-324 [doi]
- Statistical issues in a general-purpose simulation modeling language325-333 [doi]
- A graphical test bed (SIMTBED) for analyzing and reporting the results of a statistical experiment334-343 [doi]
- Analysis of simulation data using sandie344-349 [doi]
- Teaching simulation with MOR/DS350-359 [doi]
- Teaching simulation with Pascal_SIM360-364 [doi]
- Simulation sensitivity analysis using frequency domain experiments367-373 [doi]
- Likelihood ratio derviative estimators for stochastic systems374-380 [doi]
- Derivative estimates from discontinuous realizations: smoothing techniques381-389 [doi]
- Optimization of an automated manufacturing system simulation model using simulated annealing390-395 [doi]
- Using computer simulation to optimize flexible manufacturing systems design396-405 [doi]
- Oscillation amplitude considerations in frequency domain experiments406-410 [doi]
- Experimental design issues for large scale simulation models411-418 [doi]
- Implementation of quasi-random generators and their use in discrete event simulation419-427 [doi]
- A flexible method for estimating inverse distribution functions in simulation experiments428-436 [doi]
- Response surface analysis of stochastic network performance437-443 [doi]
- Optimization using common random numbers, control variates and multiple comparisons with the best444-449 [doi]
- Variance reduction of quantile estimates via nonlinear control450-454 [doi]
- Augmenting linear control variates using transformations455-458 [doi]
- Random number generation on parallel processors459-461 [doi]
- Using linear congruential generators for parallel random number generation462-466 [doi]
- About polynomial-time unpredictable generators467-476 [doi]
- Mathematical aspects of various methods for sampling from classical distributions477-483 [doi]
- Ratio of uniforms as a convenient method for sampling from classical discrete distributions484-489 [doi]
- Inverse-transformation algorithms for some common stochastic processes490-496 [doi]
- Monte Carlo simulation of complex system mission reliability497-504 [doi]
- Large deviations theory techniques in Monte Carlo simulation505-513 [doi]
- Quick simulation of rare events in networks514-523 [doi]
- Multivariate inferences for regenerative simulations to a specified precision level524-533 [doi]
- A principal components model of simulation structure534-537 [doi]
- Correlation-induction techniques for fitting second-order metamodels in simulation experiments538-546 [doi]
- Testing, understanding, and validating complex simulation models549-551 [doi]
- Verification and validation: a consultant s perspective552-558 [doi]
- Guidelines for selecting and using simulation model verification techniques559-568 [doi]
- Simulating hybrid connectionist architectures569-578 [doi]
- Simulation system for the control of manufacturing lines579-583 [doi]
- The role of knowledge management in hierarchical model development584-592 [doi]
- Object oriented toolkits for simulation program generators593-600 [doi]
- Olympus: an interactive simulation system601-611 [doi]
- Animating simulations in RESQME612-620 [doi]
- Distributed simulation using hierarchical rollback621-629 [doi]
- Rollback sometimes works...if filtered630-639 [doi]
- Adaptive distribution of model components via congestion measures640-647 [doi]
- Alternative modeling perspectives: finding the creative spark648-652 [doi]
- Developing analytic models based on simulation results653-660 [doi]
- A common programming structure for Bryant-Chandy-Misra, time-warp, and sequential simulators661-670 [doi]
- Comparative analyses of parallel simulation protocols671-679 [doi]
- Efficient aggregation of multiple PLs in distributed memory parallel simulations680-685 [doi]
- How technology limits simulation methodology (panel)686-691 [doi]
- A logic for simulating discontinous systems692-701 [doi]
- Neural network models in simulation: a comparison with traditional modeling approaches702-709 [doi]
- A comparison of selected conceptual frameworks for simulation modeling711-718 [doi]
- Marked event method in discrete event simulation719-728 [doi]
- On analyzing events to estimate the possible speedup of parallel discrete event simulation729-737 [doi]
- Simulation graph duality: a world view transformation for simple queueing models738-745 [doi]
- Parallel simulation: practice: contrasting distributed simulation with parallel replication: a case study of a queuing simulation on a network of transputers746-755 [doi]
- Experience with concurrent simulation756-764 [doi]
- Limitation of optimism in the time warp operating system765-770 [doi]
- WATMIMS JIT/KANBAN benchmark summary and recommendations773-783 [doi]
- A visual simulation model of a workstation in a rolling mill facility784-789 [doi]
- Using simulation to explore potential improvements in an existing automated assembly system790-794 [doi]
- Module modeling and economic optimization for large-scale AS/RS795-801 [doi]
- AS/RS amd warehouse modeling802-810 [doi]
- A modular structure for a highly detailed model of semiconductor manufacturing811-817 [doi]
- Rapid modeling: in the design of a new PCB manufacturing system818-826 [doi]
- Combining software engineering principles with discrete event simulation828-833 [doi]
- Integrating IBIS simulations and systems planning models through multiple model communications834-839 [doi]
- The next generation of manufacturing simulation840-842 [doi]
- Direct connect emulation and the project life cycle843-847 [doi]
- Using discrete-event computer simulation to test control systems848-858 [doi]
- Opportunities and challenges in manufacturing simulation for busy plant engineers859-864 [doi]
- Implementation of rule-based technology in a shop scheduling system865-873 [doi]
- Just-in-time simulation using artificial intelligence874-882 [doi]
- Intelligent back end of a goal directed simulation environment for discrete-part manufacturing883-891 [doi]
- Simulation and layout of a laser radar production facility892-895 [doi]
- Simulation analysis of a flexible integrated chemical production facility896-903 [doi]
- Simulation assisted design and installation of a flexible assembly system904-907 [doi]
- The use of bottleneck starvation avoidance with queue predictions in shop floor control908-917 [doi]
- Dispatching in an integrated circuit wafer fabrication line918-921 [doi]
- Implementing the results of a manufacturing simulation in a semiconductor line922-929 [doi]
- Expert simulation for on-line scheduling930-935 [doi]
- The user s role in a simulation based scheduling system936-941 [doi]
- Architecture for an integrated simulation /CIM systems942-948 [doi]
- The use of specialized modeling and display techniques in the simulation analysis of a newspaper mailroom distribution system951-956 [doi]
- A simulation model for Washington State juvenille detention facilities957-962 [doi]
- Load sharing in hierarchical distributed systems963-970 [doi]
- BLusseau, F.-a simulation annealing and resource location in computer networks971-979 [doi]
- A simulation model of the NFS service on an Ethernet local area network971-979 [doi]
- Simulated annealing and resource location in computer networks980-988 [doi]
- The constraint method of attrition989-996 [doi]
- Hail storm: a model for determining the survivability of fixed-wing aircraft against small arms997-1002 [doi]
- A comparison of serial and parallel processing simulation models of pilot workload1003-1009 [doi]
- The results of simulating a digital imaging network system in Echelon 3 of deployable combat medical facilities1010-1014 [doi]
- TCDL - an expert system language for wargaming1015-1021 [doi]
- A modeling perspective for meteor burst communication1022-1031 [doi]
- Efficient simulation of cache memories1032-1041 [doi]
- Techniques for the trace-driven simulation of cache performance1042-1046 [doi]
- Simulation and analysis of a pipeline processor1047-1057 [doi]
- NEST: a network simulation & prototyping testbed1058-1064 [doi]
- CLASS simulation of real time, highly compressed video transmission through an interference limited environment1065-1075 [doi]
- The use of modelling in long-range computer communications network planning1076-1084 [doi]
- Simulated real-time intersection signal control1085-1091 [doi]
- An integrated simulation approach for design and analysis of timber harvesting sytems1092-1101 [doi]
- Reasoning in time and space: issues in interfacing a graphic computer simulation with an expert system for an intelligent simulation training system1102-1106 [doi]
- Simulation modeling for emergency medical service systems1107-1111 [doi]
- Discrete simulation application-scheduling staff for the emergency room1112-1120 [doi]
- Computer simulation as a method for selecting nurse staffing levels in hospitals1121-1129 [doi]
- Simulation with PC model1130-1136 [doi]