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1989 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings

Author: MacNair, Edward A. ; Musselman, Kenneth J. ; Heidelberger, PhilipMeeting: 1989 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings, Washington, DC, December 4-6, 1989Publisher: Society for Computer Simulation, 1989. ; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Publishers, 1989.Language: EnglishDescription: 1139 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0911801588Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapter by Enver Yücesan "Simulation graph duality: a world view transformation for simple queueing models", p. 738-745
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes chapter by Enver Yücesan "Simulation graph duality: a world view transformation for simple queueing models", p. 738-745

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1989 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings Table of Contents ABOUT THE CONFERENCE Sponsoring Organizations............................................................................................................................................ xv Board of Directors....................................................................................................................................................... xv Conference Committee................................................................................................................................................. xv Program Committee.................................................................................................................................................... xvi Acknowledgements.................................................................................................................................................... xvii About the Editors..................................................................................................................................................... xviii The Winter Simulation Conferences............................................................................................................................ xix KEYNOTE ADDRESS Why Simulation Works................................................................................................................................................. 1 A. Alan B. Pritsker INTRODUCTORY AND ADVANCED TUTORIALS Simulation For Decision Making: An Introduction......................................................................................................... 9 Arne Thesen and Laurel E. Travis Parallel Discrete Event Simulation ............................................................................................................................. 19 Richard M. Fujimoto Selecting Simulation Software for Manufacturing Applications.................................................................................... 29 Averill M. Law and S. Wali Haider Tutorial: Artificial Intelligence and Simulation............................................................................................................. 33 Jeff Rothenberg A Tutorial on Uniform Variate Generation................................................................................................................... 40 Pierre L'Ecuyer Non-Uniform Random Number Generation: A Survey and Tutorial.............................................................................. 50 J. H. Ahrens Graphical Methods for the Design and Analysis of Simulation Experiments................................................................. 51 Russell R. Barton and Lee W. Schruben How to Assess the Acceptability and Credibility of Simulation Results......................................................................... 62 Osman Balci The Simulation Process: Avoiding the Problems and Pitfalls......................................................................................... 72 Randall P. Sadowski Rapid Modeling: How It Assists Manufacturing Competitiveness.................................................................................. 80 Rajan Suri Hierarchical, Modular Modelling in DEVS-Scheme...................................................................................................... 84 Bernard P. Zeigler, Jhyfang Hu, and Jerzy W. Rozenblit Optimization of Stochastic Systems via Simulation..................................................................................................... 90 Peter W. Glynn Simulation Run Length Planning.............................................................................................................................. 106 Ward Whitt SOFTWARE TUTORIALS Perspectives on Simulation Using GPSS.................................................................................................................... 115 Thomas J. Schriber Introduction to SIMAN.............................................................................................................................................. 129 David T. Sturrock and C. Dennis Pegden A Tutorial Introduction to Object-Oriented Simulation and SIM + +........................................................................... 140 Greg Lomow and Dirk Baezner Computer Animation with CINEMA........................................................................................................................... 147 Jacob P. Poorte and Deborah A. Davis A General Purpose Animator..................................................................................................................................... 155 Daniel T. Brunner and James O. Henriksen Productivity Tools in Simulation: SIMSCRIPT 11.5 and SIMGRAPHICS..................................................................... 164 Otis F. Bryan, Jr. MODSIM II - An Object Oriented Simulation Language for Sequential and Parallel Processors................................... 172 Otis F. Bryan, Jr. Introduction to SLAM II and SLAMSYSTEM.............................................................................................................. 178 Jean J. O'Reilly and Kristen C. Nordlund The GPSS/PC Student Version................................................................................................................................. 185 Springer W. Cox A Tutorial On SEE WHY and WITNESS..................................................................................................................... 192 Andrew R. Gilman and Claire Billingham Introduction to SIMFACTORY 11.5........................................................................................................................... 201 Mark C. Rohrbough NETWORK 11.5 Tutorial: Network Modeling - Without Programming......................................................................... 205 William J. Garrison Communication Network Analysis with COMN ET 11.5 ............................................................................................ 215 Robb Mills Knowledge-Based Modeling and Simulation Components.......................................................................................... 222 Jeff Kaminski, Cindy Cosic, Gary Strohm, Joyce Kepner, and Jim Bycura The SimKit System: Knowledge-Based Simulation and Modeling Tools in KEE.......................................................... 232 Marilyn Stelzner, Jack Dynis, and Fred Cummins AutoMod 11: The System Builder.............................................................................................................................. 235 Michael B. Thompson The MAST Simulation Environment.......................................................................................................................... 243 John E. Lenz Extended Features of GPSS/H.................................................................................................................................. 249 Robert C. Crain and Daniel T. Brunner Simulation with MIC-SIM and MIC-SIM VIEW........................................................................................................... 254 David E. Strack Estimating System Availability and Reliability........................................................................................................... 257 Ambuj Goyal Stochastic Petri Net Simulation................................................................................................................................. 266 Gianfranco Balbo and Giovanni Chiola Tutorial: Scheduling Manufacturing Systems with FACTOR....................................................................................... 277 F. Hank Grant SIMPLE_1: The Language and Modeling Environment................................................................................................... 281 Philip Cobbin Simulation Modeling and Analysis with INSIGHT: A Tutorial .................................................................................... 291 Stephen D. Roberts and Mary Ann Flanigan DISC+ +: A C+ + Based Library for Object Oriented Simulation.................................................................................. 301 Eric L. Blair and Sathyakumar Selvaraj Modeling Input Processes with Johnson Distributions............................................................................................... 308 David J. DeBrota, Robert S. Dittus, James J. Swain, Stephen D. Roberts, James R. Wilson, and Sekhar Venkatraman Pre-and Post-Processing for Data Efficiency in Large-Scale Computer Simulations ................................................... 319 Turkan Kumbaraci Gardenier Statistical Issues in a General-Purpose Simulation Modeling Language..................................................................... 325 Stephen D. Roberts and Robert W. Klein A Graphical Test Bed (SIMTBED) for Analyzing and Reporting the Results of a Statistical Experiment...................................................................................................................... 334 Peter A.W. Lewis Analysis of Simulation Data Using Sandie................................................................................................................. 344 Arne Thesen Teaching Simulation with MOR/DS........................................................................................................................... 350 Guy L. Curry, Bryan L. Deuermeyer, and Richard M. Feldman Teaching Simulation with Pascal_SIM....................................................................................................................... 360 Robert M. O'Keefe and Ruth M. Davies ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY Sensitivity Analysis Simulation Sensitivity Analysis Using Frequency Domain Experiments..................................................................... 367 Douglas J. Morrice and Lee W. Schruben Likelihood Ratio Derivative Estimators for Stochastic Systems.................................................................................. 374 Peter W. Glynn Derivative Estimates from Discontinuous Realizations: Smoothing Techniques .........................................................381 Paul Glasserman and Wei-Bo Gong Optimization Optimization of an Automated Manufacturing System Simulation Model Using Simulated Annealing........................................................................................................... 390 Eileen M. Manz, Jorge Haddock, and John Mittenthal Using Computer Simulation to Optimize Flexible Manufacturing System Design........................................................396 Udayan Nandkeolyar and David P. Christy Oscillation Amplitutde Considerations in Frequency Domain Experiments................................................................ 406 Sheldon H. Jacobson Experimental Design Issues for Large Scale Simulation Models (Panel).................................................................... 411 Moderator: Russell R. Barton Panelists: George S. Fishman, Malvin H. Kalos, W. David Kelton, and Jack P.C. Kleijnen Statistical Considerations Implementation of Quasi-Random Generators and Their Use in Discrete Event Simulation..................................................................................................................... 419 Teresa R. Davenport and Russell C.H. Cheng A Flexible Method for Estimating Inverse Distribution Functions in Simulation Experiments....................................................................................................................... 428 Athanassios Avramidis and James R. Wilson Response Surface Analysis of Stochastic Network Performance................................................................................. 437 Thomas G. Bailey, Kenneth Bauer, and Alfred B. Marsh Variance Reduction Optimization Using Common Random Numbers, Control Variates and Multiple Comparisons with the Best......................................................................................... 444 Wei-Ning Yang and Barry L. Nelson Variance Reduction of Quantile Estimates via Nonlinear Controls............................................................................. 450 Peter A.W. Lewis and Richard L. Ressler Augmenting Linear Control Variates Using Transformations...................................................................................... 455 James J. Swain New Developments in Random Number Generation Random Number Generation on Parallel Processors.................................................................................................. 459 Masanori Fushimi Using Linear Congruential Generators for Parallel Random Number Generation ....................................................... 462 Mark J. Durst About Polynomial-Time "Unpredictable" Generators.................................................................................................. 467 Pierre L'Ecuyer and René Proulx Non-Uniform Random Variate Generation Mathematical Aspects of Various Methods for Sampling from Classical Distributions................................................ 477 Ulrich Dieter Ratio of Uniforms as a Convenient Method for Sampling from Classical Discrete Distributions.................................................................................................... 484 Ernst Stadlober Inverse-Transformation Algorithms for Some Common Stochastic Processes .............................................................490 Bruce Schmeiser and Whey-Ming Tina Song Simulating Rare Events Monte Carlo Simulation of Complex System Mission Reliability................................................................................. 497 E.E. Lewis, F. Boehm, C. Kirsch, and B.P. Kelkhoff Large Deviations Theory Techniques in Monte Carlo Simulation ............................................................................... 505 John S. Sadowsky and James A. Bucklew Quick Simulation of Rare Events in Networks............................................................................................................ 514 Roman D. Fresnedo Experimental Design and Multivariate Analysis Multivariate Inferences for Regenerative Simulations to a Specified Precision Level.................................................... 524 Der-Fa Robert Chen and Wei-Pin Chen A Principal Components Model of Simulation Structure............................................................................................. 534 David Alan Grier Correlation-Induction Techniques for Fitting Second-order Metamodels in Simulation Experiments .............................................................................................. 538 Jeffrey D. Tew MODELING METHODOLOGY Validation and Verification Testing, Understanding, and Validating Complex Simulation Models......................................................................... 549 Jerry Banks Verification and Validation: A Consultant's Perspective............................................................................................. 552 John S. Carson, II Guidelines for Selecting and Using Simulation Model Verification Techniques............................................................559 Richard B. Whitner and Osman Balci Using Al Methodology in Modeling Simulating Hybrid Connectionist Architectures......................................................................................................... 569 Trent E. Lange, Jack B. Hodges, Maria E. Fuenmayor, and Leonid V. Belyaev Simulation System For the Control of Manufacturing Lines....................................................................................... 579 J. Beaudoin, G. Feldmann, and P. Massotte The Role of Knowledge Management in Hierarchical Model Development....................................................................58a Yueh-Min Huang, Jerzy W. Rozenblit, and Jhyfang Hu Modeling Environments and Tools Object Oriented Toolkits for Simulation Program Generators..................................................................................... 593 Onur M. Ulgen, Timothy Thomasma, and Youyi Mao Olympus: An Interactive Simulation System.......................................................................................................... 601 Gary J. Nutt, Adam Beguelin, Isabelle Demeure, Stephen Elliott, Jeff McWhirter, and Bruce Sanders Animating Simulations in RESQME....................................................................................................................... 612 Anil Aggarwal, Kurtiss J. Gordon, James F. Kurose, Robert F. Gordon, and Edward A. MacNair Parallel Simulation: Theory Distributed Simulation Using Hierarchical Roolback.............................................................................................. 621 Richard L. Gimarc Rollback Sometimes Works ... If Filtered................................................................................................................ 630 Boris Lubachevsky, Adam Shwartz, and Alan Weiss Adaptive Distribution of Model Components via Congestion Measures................................................................... 640 Murali S. Shanker, W. David Kelton, and Rema Padman Alternative Modeling Perspectives Alternative Modeling Perspectives: Finding the Creative Spark...............................................................................648 James O. Henriksen Developing Analytic Models Based on Simulation Results...................................................................................... 653 A. Alan B. Pritsker Parallel Simulation: Testbeds A Common Programming Structure for Bryant-Chandy-Misra, Time-Warp, and Sequential Simulators.............................................................................. 661 Marc Abrams Comparative Analyses of Parallel Simulation Protocols.......................................................................................... 671 Paul F. Reynolds, Jr., Christopher F. Weight, and J. Robert Fidler II Efficient Aggregation of Multiple LPs in Distributed Memory Parallel Simulations................................................. 680 David M. Nicot, Chris C. Micheal, and Patrick Inouye How Technology Limits Simulation Methodology (Panel)...................................................................................... 686 Moderator: C. Dennis Pegden Panelists: Cindy Morey, Brian Unger, Peter Welch, Deborah Medeiros, and Timothy Thomasma Theoretical Foundations of Modeling A Logic for Simulating Discontinuous Systems...................................................................................................... 692 Sanjai Narain and Jeff Rothenberg Neural Network Models in Simulation: A Comparison with Traditional Modeling Approaches............................................................................................. 702 Paul A. Fishwick A Comparison of Selected Conceptual Frameworks for Simulation Modeling..........................................................711 E. Joseph Derrick, Osman Balci, and Richard E. Nance Approaches to Analyzing Event Structure Marked Event Method in Discrete Event Simulation................................................................................................. 719 Shu Li On Analyzing Events to Estimate the Possible Speedup of Parallel Discrete Event Simulation................................... 729 Tapas K. Som, Bruce A. Cota, and Robert G. Sargent Simulation Graph Duality: A World View Transformation for Simple Queueing Models............................................. 738 Lee Schruben and Enver Yucesan Parallel Simulation: Practice Contrasting Distributed Simulation with Parallel Replication: A Case Study of a Queueing Simulation on a Network of Transputers....................................................................... 746 R. Rajagopal and John Craig Comfort Experience with Concurrent Simulation................................................................................................................... 756 Douglas W. Jones, Chien-Chun Chou, Debra Renk, and Steven C. Bruell Limitation of Optimism in the Time Warp Operating System..................................................................................... 765 Peter L. Reiher, Frederick Wieland, and David Jefferson SIMULATION IN MANUFACTURING Just-In-Time and High Volume Manufacturing WATM IMS JIT/KAN BAN Benchmark Summary and Recommendations.................................................................. 773 Kenneth N. McKay and Michael Rooks A Visual Simulation Model of a Workstation in a Rolling Mill Facility........................................................................ 784 Pierre Lefrançois, Marié-Hélène Jobin, Marie-Claude Roy and Gérald Gamache Using Simulation to Explore Potential Improvements in an Existing Automated Assembly System............................................................................................................. 790 Cynthia J. Erickson Modeling Complex Systems Module Modeling and Economic Optimization for Large-Scale AS/RS....................................................................... 795 Soemon Takakuwa AS/RS and Warehouse Modeling.............................................................................................................................. 802 Daniel J. Muller A Modular Structure for a Highly Detailed Model of Semiconductor Manufacturing.................................................. 811 Sarah Jean Hood, Amy E.B. Amamoto, and Antonie T. Vandenberge Integrated Modeling Tools and Techniques Rapid Modeling: In the Design of a New PCB Manufacturing System........................................................................ 818 Kenneth R. Anderson and Gregory W. Diehl Combining Software Engineering Principles with Discrete Event Simulation............................................................. 828 Bernard J. Schroer, Fan T. Tseng, and Shou X. Zhang Integrating IBIS Simulations and Systems Planning Models Through Multiple Model Communications................................................................................................................ 834 Michael G. Ketcham and Ramesh Rajagopalan New Uses of Simulation on the Factory Floor The Next G eneration of Manufacturing Simulation.................................................................................................. 840 Charles Fuller Direct Connect Emulation and The Project Life Cycle................................................................................................ 843 Max W. Hitchens and Thomas K. Ryan Using Discrete-Event Computer Simulation to Test Control Systems........................................................................ 848 Trevor L Miles and Hawker Siddeley Opportunities and Challenges in Manufacturing Simulation for Busy Plant Engineers (Panel).................................859 Moderator: Ken Tumay Panelists: John E. Lenz, Robert Meyer, Walter M. Price, Matt Ricketts, and John S. Zuk Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing Simulations Implementation of Rule-Based Technology in a Shop Scheduling System.................................................................. 865 David P. Yancey and Scott Peterson Just-In-Time Simulation Using Artificial Intelligence................................................................................................ 874 S. Manivannan Intelligent Back End of a Goal Directed Simulation Environment for Discrete-Part Manufacturing.......................................................................................................... 883 Subramanian Prakash and Robert E. Shannon Flexible Manufacturing and Assembly Systems Simulation and Layout of a Laser Radar Production Facility..................................................................................... 892 Stewart J. Lehman and W. Richard Davison Simulation Analysis of a Flexible Integrated Chemical Production Facility................................................................. 896 John E. Branstrator Simulation Assisted Design and Installation of a Flexible Assembly System.............................................................. 904 John L. Ballard, Srivathsan Jagannathan, Randy Hartline, and Bob Derksen Scheduling for Semiconductor Manufacturing Lines The Use of Bottleneck Starvation Avoidance with Queue Predictions in Shop Floor Control....................................... 908 C. Roger Glassey and Raja G. Petrakian Dispatching in an Integrated Circuit Wafer Fabrication Line..................................................................................... 918 Pravin K. Johri Implementing the Results of a Manufacturing Simulation in a Semiconductor Line...................................................922 David J. Miller CIMulation Expert Simulation for On-Line Scheduling................................................................................................................ 930 Sanjay Jain, Karon Barber, and David Osterfeld The User's Role in a Simulation Based Scheduling System....................................................................................... 936 F. Hank Grant and Robert G. Lagoni Architecture for an Integrated Simulation/CIM System............................................................................................. 942 Gordon M. Clark and David H. Withers GENERAL APPLICATIONS Design and Analysis of Service Systems The Use of Specialized Modeling and Display Techniques in the Simulation Analysis of a Newspaper Mailroom Distribution System........................................................................... 951 Barbara M. Werner A Simulation Model for Washington State Juvenile Detention Facilities..................................................................... 957 Minghui Yang Analysis and Optimization of Distributed Computer Systems Load Sharing in Hierarchical Distributed Systems..................................................................................................... 963 S.A. Banawan and J. Zahorjan A Simulation Model of the NFS Service on an Ethernet Local Area Network............................................................... 971 Floriane Blusseau Simulated Annealing and Resource Location in Computer Networks.......................................................................... 980 G. Anandalingam Military Operations The Constraint Model of Attrition.............................................................................................................................. 989 Dean S. Hartley III Hail Storm: A Model for Determining the Survivability of Fixed-Wing Aircraft Against Small Arms................................................................................................................ 997 John M. Grover A Comparison of Serial and Parallel Processing Simulation Models of Pilot Workload............................................... 1003 Thomas F. Schuppe Government Command, Control and Communications The Results of Simulating a Digital Imaging Network System in Echelon 3 of Deployable Combat Medical Facilities ................................................................................................. 1010 William P. Johnson TCDL - An Expert System Language for Wargaming................................................................................................ 1015 Joseph L. Sowers and Paul E. Rubin A Modeling Perspective for Meteor Burst Communication ....................................................................................... 1022 Brian C. Healy, Wade H. Shaw, Jr., and Joseph R. Litko Advanced Methodology for Simulating High Performance Computer Systems Efficient Simulation of Cache Memories.................................................................................................................. 1032 S. Dwarkadas, J.R. Jump, and J.B. Sinclair Techniques for the Trace-Driven Simulation of Cache Performance.......................................................................... 1042 Susan J. Eggers, Edward D. Lazowska, and Yi-Bing Lin Simulation and Analysis of a Pipeline Processor...................................................................................................... 1047 P.G. Emma, J.W. Knight, J.H. Pomerene, T.R. Puzak, and R.N. Rechtschaffen Simulation and Emulation of Communication Networks NEST: A Network Simulation and Prototyping Testbed............................................................................................... 1058 A. Dupuy, J. Schwartz, Y. Yemini, and D. Bacon CLASS Simulation of Real Time, Highly Compressed Video Transmission Through an Interference Limited Environment.........................................................................1065 Robert Godfrey, Roger Avant, Dennis Lai, and James Wang The Use of Modelling in Long-Range Computer Communications Network Planning................................................ 1076 Ronald K. Leighton Combined Techniques of Simulation and Al in Systems Analysis Simulated Real-Time Intersection Signal Control.................................................................................................... 1085 Edmond Chin-Ping Chang An Integrated Simulation Approach for Design and Analysis of Timber Harvesting Systems................................................................................................ 1092 Sabah U. Randhawa and Eldon D. Olsen Reasoning in Time and Space: Issues in Interfacing a Graphic Computer Simulation with an Expert System for an Intelligent Simulation Training System..................................................................... 1102 Leslie D. Interrante and John E. Biegel Medical Administration and Services Simulation Modeling for Emergency Medical Service Systems................................................................................. 1107 Wafik H. Iskander Discrete Simulation Application - Scheduling Staff for the Emergency Room........................................................... 1112. Arvind P. Kumar and Rajiv Kapur Computer Simulation as a Method for Selecting Nurse Staffing Levels in Hospitals................................................. 1121 Mary Lynn McHugh LATE ARRIVAL Simulation with PCModel....................................................................................................................................... 1130 Young G. Chung and David A. White INDEX OF AUTHORS........................................................................................................................................... 1137

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