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    • Applying variance reduction ideas in queuing simulations 

      Ross, S. M.; Lin, K. Y. (Cambridge University Press, 2001)
      Variance reduction techniques are often underused in simulation studies. In this article, we indicate how certain ones can be efficiently employed when analyzing queuing models. The first technique considered is that of ...
    • Intractability results in discrete-event simulation 

      Jacobson, Sheldon H.; Yücesan, E. (EDP SCIENCES, 1995)
      Simulation is often viewed as a modeling methodology of last resort. This is due to the lack of automated algorithms and procedures that exist to aid in the construction and analysis of simulation models. Jacobson and ...