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Statistical analysis of simulation output data: The practical state of the art

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Law, A.M. ; Averill M. Law & Assoc. Tucson, Tucson

One of the most important but neglected aspects of a simulation study is the proper design and analysis of simulation experiments. In this tutorial we give a state- of-the-art presentation of what the practitioner really needs to know to be successful. We will discuss how to choose the simulation run length, the warmup-period duration (if any), and the required number of model replications (each using different random numbers). The talk concludes with a discussion of three critical pitfalls in simulation output-data analysis.

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Simulation Conference, 2007 Winter

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9-12 Dec. 2007

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