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Using simulation techniques for continuous process verification in industrial system development

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2 Author(s)
Klingstam, P. ; Virtual Manuf. Centre, Volvo Car Corp., Gothenburg, Sweden ; Olsson, B.-G.

The purpose of this paper is to describe how discrete event simulation should be used as a tool for continuous process verification in industrial system development. Results include a specification of the working procedures to be used in each life cycle phase of a development project, as well as a definition of the areas where efforts are needed in the future. The approach assures continuous verification of the processes, which will lead to better decisions early on. Better decisions imply reduction in time and costs as well as systems with high quality. In conclusion, using simulation techniques for continuous process verification makes us more likely to develop an optimal industrial solution

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Simulation Conference, 2000. Proceedings. Winter  (Volume:2 )

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2000