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1992 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings

Author: Swain, James J. ; Goldsman, David ; Crain, Robert C. ; Wilson, James R.Meeting: 1992 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings, Arlington, VA, December 13-16, 1992Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery, 1992. ; EPIC Management, 1992. ; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Publishers, 1992. ; Society for Computer Simulation, 1992.Language: EnglishDescription: 1410 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0780307976Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapter by Enver Yücesan and Sheldon Jacobson "Building correct simulation models is difficult", p. 783-790
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1992 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings Contents Preface From the Editors ........................................................................................................................................................... xix About the Editors .......................................................................................................................................................... xxi About the Conference Sponsoring Organizations ............................................................................................................................................. xxiii WSC Board of Directors .............................................................................................................................................. xxiv WSC '92 Conference Committee .................................................................................................................................. xxv WSC '92 Program Committee....................................................................................................................................... xxvi Referees ........................................................................................................................................................................ xxvii The Winter Simulation Conferences ............................................................................................................................ xxviii Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Keynote Address The Winter Simulation Conference: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Progress ......................................................... 3 R. C. Crain (Moderator), J. M. Sussman, T. J. Schriber, J. O. Henriksen, and S. D. Roberts Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Panel Discussion The Winter Simulation Conference: Perspectives of the Founding Fathers ................................................................ 37 M. Araten, H. G. Hixson, A. C. Hoggatt, P. J. Kiviat, M. F. Morris, A. Ockene, J. Reitman, J. M. Sussman, and J. R. Wilson (Moderator) Introductory Tutorials Introduction to Simulation ............................................................................................................................................ 65 R. E. Shannon Distribution Fitting and Random Number and Variate Generation ............................................................................. 74 R. C. H. Cheng Modelling ...................................................................................................................................................................... 82 J. S. Carson Simulation Languages and Simulators ......................................................................................................................... 88 J. Banks Simulation Output Analysis .......................................................................................................................................... 97 D. Goldsman Validation and Verification of Simulation Models ...................................................................................................... 104 R. G. Sargent Conducting a Successful Simulation Project ................................................................................................................ 115 K. J. Musselman Selling Simulation and Simulation Results ................................................................................................................... 122 R. P. Sadowski Designing Efficient Simulation Experiments ................................................................................................................ 126 B. L. Nelson Advanced Tutorials The TES Methodology: Modeling Empirical Stationary Time Series .......................................................................... 135 B. Melamed, J. R. Hill, and D. Goldsman Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation with C++.................................................................................................... 145 J. A. Joines, K. A. Powell, and S. D. Roberts SIMPACK: Getting Started with Simulation Programming in C and C++ .................................................................. 154 P. A. Fishwick Simulation of Advanced Manufacturing Systems ......................................................................................................... 163 G. W. Evans and W. E. Biles Simulation of Communications Networks .................................................................................................................... 170 A. M. Law and M. G. McComas Factor Screening of Multiple Responses ....................................................................................................................... 174 L. S. Cook Databases and Artificial Intelligence: Enabling Technologies for Simulation Modeling ............................................ 181 M. A. Centeno and C. R. Standridge Advanced Output Analysis Tutorial .............................................................................................................................. 190 A. F. Seila A Tutorial on Simulation Optimization......................................................................................................................... 198 F. Azadivar Software/Modelware Application Requirements (Panel) ............................................................................................. 205 D. H. Withers (Chair), P. Cohen, L. Giussani, T. F. Schuppe, and M. Seppanen Object Oriented Software for Automatic Inference ...................................................................................................... 211 R. S. Reagan and S. N. Mishra Microprocessor-Oriented Expert Systems for Statistical Analysis ............................................................................... 221 T. K. Gardenier State-of-the-Art Reviews Perturbation Analysis: Concepts and Algorithms ......................................................................................................... 231 Y.-C. Ho Graphical Model Structures for Discrete Event Simulation ......................................................................................... 241 L. W. Schruben State of the Art in Parallel Simulation .......................................................................................................................... 246 R. Fujimoto and D. Nicol Experimental Design Issues in Simulation with Examples from Semiconductor Manufacturing ................................ 255 S. J. Hood and P. D. Welch New Methods for Pseudorandom Number and Pseudorandom Vector Generation ................................................... 264 H. Niederreiter Generation of Random Objecta ................................................................................................................................... 270 L. Devroye Gradient Estimation for Regenerative Processes ........................................................................................................ 280 P. Glasserman and P. W. Glynn Metamodels for Simulation Input-Output Relations.................................................................................................... 289 R. R. Barton Distribution Selection and Validation.......................................................................................................................... 300 S. G. Vincent and W. D. Kelton Testing Random Number Generators .......................................................................................................................... 305 P. L'Ecuyer Graphical Techniques for Output Analysis ................................................................................................................. 314 D. A. Grier Software/Modelware Tutorials SIMSCRIPT 11.5 and SIMGRAPHICS Tutorial ........................................................................................................ 323 E. C. Russell AutoMod ...................................................................................................................................................................... 328 V. B. Norman AutoStat ....................................................................................................................................................................... 332 V. B. Norman Object-Oriented Network Performance Prediction ..................................................................................................... 335 J. Jones, R. Mills, and J. Gobie Perspectives on Simulation Using GPSS .................................................................................................................... 338 T. J. Schriber Business Process Re-engineering ................................................................................................................................ 343 J. Jones Simulation Studio ........................................................................................................................................................ 347 S. W. Cox Introduction to SLAM H and SLAMSYSTEM........................................................................................................... 352 J. J. O'Reilly and N. K. Ryan Building a Simulator with GPSS/H.............................................................................................................................. 357 D. S. Smith, D. T. Brunner, and R. C. Crain Manufacturing Decision Making with FACTOR......................................................................................................... 361 W. R. Lilegdon Proof Animation: The General Purpose Animator ...................................................................................................... 366 J. O. Henriksen and N. J. Earle UniFit II: Total Support for Simulation Input Modeling ............................................................................................ 371 S. G. Vincent and A. M. Law Introduction to SIMAN/Cinema .............................................................................................................................. 377 S. A. Conrad, D. T. Sturrock, and J. P. Poorte Modeling Priority Queues with Entity Lista: A SIGMA Tutorial ....................................................................... 380 L. W. Schruben The Micromodels Shooting Process ........................................................................................................................ 385 R. F. Garzia Arena: A SIMAN/Cinema-Based Hierarchical Modeling System ........................................................................ 390 C. D. Pegden and D. A. Davis Using Mogul 2.0 to Produce Simulation Models and Animations of Complex Computer Systems and Networks ................................................................................................................................................................ 400 P. L. Haigh ProModel Tutorial ..................................................................................................................................................... 405 C. R. Harrell and K. Tumay MedModel/ServiceModel Tutorial .......................................................................................................................... 411 L. F. Keller and C. R. Harrell The Telecom FrameWork: A Simulation Environment for Telecommunications Modeling ............................ 416 G. Lomow SIMSTAT: A Tool for Simulation Analysis ........................................................................................................... 421 W. E. Blaisdell and J. Haddock GPSS/VI ..................................................................................................................................................................... 426 D. Ball Analysis Methodology Random Variate Generation I Fast Generation of Low Discrepancy Points Based on Fibonacci Polynomials ................................................ 433 S. Tezuka and M. Fushimi Fast and Reliable Random-Number Generation .................................................................................................... 438 A. Compagner Analysis of Add-with-Carry and Subtract-with-Borrow Generators .................................................................. 443 S. Tezuka and P. L'Ecuyer Efficient Rare Event Simulation via Importance Sampling Application of Fast Simulation Techniques to Systems with Correlated Noise ................................................ 448 M. R. Frater Smoothing Methods for Variance Reduction in Simulation of Markov Chains ................................................ 453 S. Andradôttir, D. P. Heyman, and T. J. Ott Simultaneous and Efficient Simulation of Highly Dependable Systems with Different Underlying Dis tributions ................................................................................................................................................................ 458 P. Heidelberger, V. F. Nicola, and P. Shahabuddin Optimizing over Discrete Parameters Effect of Correlated Estimation Errors in Ordinal Optimization ................................................................................. 466 M. Deng, Y.-C. Ho, and J.-Q. Hu Correlation of Markov Chains Simulated in Parallel ................................................................................................... 475 P. Glasserman and P. Vakili Discrete Optimization in Simulation: A Method and Applications.............................................................................. 483 S. Andradôttir Random Optimization Methods Automatic Learning: Theorems for Concurrent Simulation and Optimization ........................................................... 487 S. Yakowitz Theory and Application of Annealing Algorithms for Continuous Optimization ....................................................... 494 S. B. Gelfand, P. C. Doerschuk, and M. Nahhas-Mohandes Uniting Probabilistic Methods for Optimization ......................................................................................................... 500 B. L. Fox Sensitivity Analysis and Optimization Simulation Optimization of (s, S) Inventory Systems ................................................................................................. 506 M. C. Fu and K. Healy On Optimal Choice of Reference Parameters in the Likelihood Ratio Method .......................................................... 515 R. Y. Rubinstein and A. Shapiro Sensitivity Analysis of Discrete Event Systems with Autocorrelated Inputs .............................................................. 521 B. Melamed and R. Y. Rubinstein Experimental Designs for Simulation Optimization Using Central Composite Designs in Simulation Experiments ................................................................................... 529 J. D. Tew Sequential Experimental Designs for Simulation Metamodeling ................................................................................ 539 J. M. Donohue, E. C. Houck, and R. H. Myers Variance Reallocation in Taguchi's Robust Design Framework ................................................................................. 548 L. W. Schruben, P. J. Sanchez, S. M. Sanchez, and V. A. Czitrom Experimental Designs for Simulation Output Analysis Latin Hypercube Sampling as a Tool in Uncertainty Analysis of Computer Models ................................................. 557 M. D. McKay The Spatial Correlation Function Approach to Response Surface Estimation ............................................................ 565 T. J. Mitchell and M. D. Morris Variance Reduction for Quantile Estimation via Correlation Induction ..................................................................... 572 A. N. Avramidis Confidence Intervals for Steady-State Performance Evaluation of Tests for Initial-Condition Bias ............................................................................................................. 577 C. R. Cash, B. L. Nelson, J. M. Long, D. G. Dippold, and W. P. Pollard Confidence Intervals for Univariate Discrete-Event Simulation Output Using the Kalman Filter . R. B. Howard, M. A. Gallagher, K. W. Bauer, and P. S. Maybeck 586 Run Length Control Using Parallel Spectral Method .................................................................................................. 594 K. E. E. Raatikainen Random Variate Generation II Efficient Methods for Generating Some Exponentially Tilted Random Variates ....................................................... 603 M. K. Nakayama Simulation of Poisson Processes with Trigonometric Rates ........................................................................................ 609 H. Chen and B. W. Schmeiser Higher-Order Cumulant Spectral-Based Statistical Tests of Pseudo-Random Variate Generators . . . . J. W. Dalle Molle, M. J. Hinich, and D. J. Morrice Modeling Methodology Parallel Simulation I MIMD Parallel Simulation of Circuit-Switched Communication Networks .............................................................. 629 D. Nicol, A. Greenberg, and B. Lubachevsky Transparent Optimizations of Overheads in Optimistic Simulations .......................................................................... 637 R. L. Bagrodia and W.-T. Liao Making Parallel Simulations Go Fast .......................................................................................................................... 646 P. F. Reynolds, C. M. Pancerella, and S. Srinivasan Distributed Simulation Based on Time Warp Replicated Objects in Time Warp Simulations............................................................................................................. 657 D. Agrawal and J. R. Agre U.S. Army ModSim on Jade's TimeWarp .................................................................................................................... 665 D. Baezner, C. Rohs, and H. Jones A Distributed, Object-Oriented Communication Network Simulation Testbed ........................................................ 672 M. S. Corson Object-Oriented Simulation Design and Implementation of a Highly Reusable Modeling and Simulation Framework for Discrete Part Manufacturing Systems ............................................................................................................................... 680 H. C. Bhuskute, M. N. Duse, J. T. Gharpure, D. B. Pratt, M. Kamath, and J. H. Mize Object Orientation and Three Phase Simulation .......................................................................................................... 689 M. Pidd Hierarchical, Modular Concepts Applied to an Object-Oriented Simulation Model Development Envi ronment ................................................................................................................................................................... 694 J. J. Luna 618 Parallel Simulation II Approximate Time-Parallel Simulation of Queueing Systems with Losses ............................................................... 700 J. J. Wang and M. Abrams Parallel Simulation Using Conservative Time Windows ........................................................................................... 709 R. Ayani and H. Rajaei Processor Allocation in Parallel Battlefield Simulation ............................................................................................. 718 N. Deo, M. Medidi, and S. Prasad Simulation Environments The Simulation Model Development Environment: An Overview ............................................................................ 726 O. Balci and R. E. Nance The Computer Aided Simulation Modeling Environment: An Overview .................................................................. 737 R. J. Paul Requirements for a Repository-Based Simulation Environment ................................................................................ 747 T. I. Oren, D. G. King, L. G. Birta, and M. Hitz Visual and Graphical Simulation Findings from Behavioral Research in Visual Interactive Simulation ....................................................................... 751 R. M. O'Keefe and P. C. Bell A Framework for Designing an Animated Simulation System Based on Model-Animator-Scheduler Paradigm .... 756 J. T. Lin, K.-C. Yeh, and L.-C. Sheu Model Reusability in a Graphical Simulation Package .............................................................................................. 764 B. J. Bortscheller and E. T. Saulnier Panel Discussion Discrete Event Simulation Modeling: Directions for the '90s .................................................................................... 773 A. Radiya (Chair), P. A. Fishwick, R. E. Nance, J. Rothenberg, and R. G. Sargent Verification and Validation Building Correct Simulation Models is Difficult ........................................................................................................ 783 E. Yiicesan and S. H. Jacobson The Scientific Method of Choosing Model Fidelity ................................................................................................... 791 M. P. Bailey and W. G. Kemple A Software Mechanism to Enhance Simulation Model Validity ................................................................................ 798 G. W. Legge and D. L. Wyatt Knowledge-Based Simulation An Investigation of a Standard Simulation-Knowledge Interface .............................................................................. 807 C. S. Russell, A. S. Elmaghraby, and J. H. Graham ISLE--Intelligent Scalable Logistics Environment .................................................................................................... 816 L. Sokol, S. Geyer, R. Lasken, and K. Murphy Knowledge-Based Simulation to Assist in System Design Identification .................................................................. 822 N. N. Kwanjai and R. H. Wild Manufacturing Applications Nontraditional Applications in Manufacturing The Timken Company's Gambrinus Thermal Treatment Facility Scheduling System .............................................. 833 M. C. Cheselka Simulation of Engineering Design Change Approval Process ................................................................................... 842 S. Prakash and J. Schlotthauer Realtime Operations Scheduling for Flexible Manufacturing Cells ........................................................................... 849 J. S. Dhingra, K. L. Musser, and G. L. Blankenship Modeling in Electronics Manufacturing Modeling Final Assembly and Test Processes in the Semiconductor Industry .......................................................... 856 J. D. Liljegren Simulation Issues in Electronics Manufacturing ........................................................................................................ 861 R. G. Ingalls and C. Eckersley An Integrated Environment for Modeling Large Scale Electronics Manufacturing .................................................. 865 M. G. Ketcham Wafer Fabrication Development of Generic Simulation Models to Evaluate Wafer Fabrication Cluster Tools ..................................... 874 N. G. Pierce and M. J. Drevna Supporting Semiconductor Manufacturing Simulation Tools Using a Structured Data Model ................................. 879 S. S. Baum and P. G. Glassey Modeling the Lot Selection Process in Semiconductor Photolithography Processing ............................................... 885 T. C. McGuigan Manufacturing Simulation in Japan A Manufacturing-Oriented Simulation Package to Support Systems Planning and Its Operation . . . . S. Umeda Simulation through Explicit State Description and lis Application to Semiconductor Fab Operation . M. Fujihara and K. Yoneda 890 899 Development of a Simulation-Based Planning System for a Flexible Manufacturing System ................................... 908 S. Morito, K. H. Lee, K. Mizoguchi, and H. Awane Material Handling Systems Simulation of Material Delivery Systems with Dolly Trains ..................................................................................... 916 V. Jeyabalan and N. C. Otto Insights into Carrier Control: A Simulation of a Power and Free Conveyor through an Automotive Paint Shop .... 925 D. W. Graehl The Approach to Designing a Future Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility (Using SIMAN and AutoMod) ....... 933 C. A. Park and T. Getz Real Time Control Real-Time Simulation for Decision Support in Continuous Flow Manufacturing Systems ....................................... 936 P. G. McConnell and D. J. Medeiros Task and Resource Allocation via Auctioning ............................................................................................................ 945 D. Veeramani Petri Net Based Simulation of Controls for a Computer-Integrated Assembly Cell ................................................... 955 K. A. D'Souza and S. K. Khator Computer Integrated Manufacturing Analyzing System Efficiencies/Capacities in a Closed-Loop Manufacturing Cell ..................................................... 963 G. V. Nordlund and R. P. Sadowski Simulation of a Smart Card-Based Manufacturing System ......................................................................................... 969 S. Manivannan, C. Zhou, M. Bullington, and S. Narasimhan Expanded Simulation Studies to Evaluate Tool Delivery Systems in an FMC ........................................................... 978 L. M. Dullum and W. J. Davis Interfacing Simulation to Other Software Converting Simulation Data to Comparative Income Statements ............................................................................... 987 L. L. Gardner, M. E. Grant, and L. J. Rolston Integrating Simulations with CAD Tools for Effective Facility Layout Evaluation ................................................... 995 K. Tumay Using Animation to Enhance a Marine-Terminal Monte Carlo Simulator ................................................................. 1000 R. W. Cyr Panel Discussion Simulation Practices in Manufacturing ........................................................................................................................ 1004 V. B. Norman (Chair), J. H. Emery, C. C. Funke, F. Gudan, K. G. Main, and D. M. Rucker General Applications: Public Systems Models Health Policy and Clinical Practice I Screening for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms: Time-Based Modeling for Public Policy ............................................ 1013 D. G. Fryback and P. S. Frame Simulation Modeling of Lymphocyte Proliferation and Lymphoma Development in Immune Compromised Patients ...................................................................................................................................................... 1021 L. B. Ellwein and D. T. Purtilo Asthma Dynamics and Medical Amelioration ............................................................................................................. 1028 M. Katzper Health Policy and Clinical Practice II Markov Process-Based Monte Carlo Simulation: A Tool for Modeling Complex Disease and its Application to the Timing of Liver Transplantation .................................................................................................... 1034 M. S. Roberts A Monte Carlo Based Simulation Network Model for a Chronic Progressive Disease: The Case of Diabetic Retinopathy................................................................................................................................................................ 1041 J. K. Canner, Y.-P. Chiang, and J. C. Javitt Simulating Medical Decision Trees with Random Variable Parameters .................................................................... 1050 R. S. Dittus and R. W. Klein Health Services Delivery An Emergency Department Simulation Model Used to Evaluate Alternative Nurse Staffing and Patient Population Scenarios ................................................................................................................................................................... 1057 M. A. Draeger The Use of Simulation to Evaluate Automated Equipment for a Clinical Processing Laboratory . . . . G. C. Dankbar, J. L. Shellum and K. E. Bennet 1065 Simulation of a Hospital's Surgical Suite and Critical Care Area .............................................................................. 1071 J. C. Lowery Simulation for Military Decision Support Improving Decision Support for Air Force Resource Allocation ............................................................................... 1079 G. S. Parnell and D. P. Barker Analysis of Material Handling Equipment for Maritime Prepositioning Ships (MPS) Instream Offioad J. D. Sumner and K. Kang 1087 Comparison of Models: Ex Post Facto Validation/Acceptance? ................................................................................ 1095 D. A. Diener, H. R. Hicks, and L. L. Long Panel Discussion Operational Art in Military Simulation (Panel) .......................................................................................................... 1104 P. F. Auclair (Chair), G. A. Kent, B. C. Hosmer, W. L. Goodson, and C. J. Thomas Modeling, Simulation, and Wargaming Field Expedient Gaming: Effective Wargaming When the Shooting Starts ............................................................... 1112 J. F. Dunnigan Force Allocation through Constrained Optimization of Stochastic Response Surfaces . . . . ..................................... 1121 R. G. Harvey, K. W. Bauer, and J. R. Litko An Overview of Airland Combat Modeling and Simulation....................................................................................... 1130 M. W. Garrambone Issues in Airlift Simulation Impact of Theater Airlifter Characteristics on Future Theater Airlift System Productivity ...................................... 1139 P. Pappas, P. F. Auclair, and S. J. Wourms C-141 Depot Maintenance: Using Simulation to Define Resource Requirements ..................................................... 1145 R. G. Harvey, D. V. McElveen, P. H. Miyares, and T. F. Schuppe Simulating the Air Mobility Command Channel Cargo System ................................................................................. 1153 W. B. Carter and J. R. Litko Natural Resource Models Simulating Processes in Nonpoint Source Pollution ................................................................................................... 1159 W. G. Knisel, R. A. Leonard, and F. M. Davis Simulating Weed Scouting and Weed Control Decision Making to Evaluate Scouting Plans ................................... 1166 L. J. Wiles, G. G. Wilkerson, and H. J. Gold Use of Simulation Method for Surface Water Quality Data ........................................................................................ 1172 T. J. Chang and R. Y. Odeh Public Service System Models Effects of Time-Varied Arrivai Rates: An Investigation in Emergency Ambulance Service Systems . . Z. Zhu, M. A. McKnew, and J. Lee 1180 A Simulation Model for the Flow of Civil Lawsuits ................................................................................................... 1187 M. Yang, M. Yuan, and A. K. Gunal Service System Modeling of Field Offices within a Government Agency ................................................................. 1195 J. A. Swedish General Applications: Service Systems Models General Transportation Applications I Modeling Concepts for Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS) Applications ................................................. 1201 V. J. K. Hsin and P. T. R. Wang A Simulation Study of Traffic Control Procedures at Highway Work Zones ............................................................. 1210 N. Afshar and F. Azadivar Taxi Management and Route Control: A Systems Study and Simulation Experiment ............................................... 1217 W. A. Bailey and T. D. Clark Computer System Performance Models Representation of User Transaction Processing Behavior with a State Transition Matrix ......................................... 1223 W. S. Keezer, A. P. Fenic, and B. L. Nelson Simulation of Database Transaction Management Protocols: Hybrids and Variants of Time Warp .. . J. A. Miller 1232 Using Simulation to Evaluate Analytic Models of Memory Queueing ....................................................................... 1242 C. E. Knadler and R. M. May Simulation Applications in the Chemical Process Industries Process Simulation: Successes and Failures ................................................................................................................ 1249 R. C. Morris A Combined Simulation/Optimization Approach to Process Plant Design ................................................................ 1256 J. F. Faccenda and R. F. Tenga A Simulation-Based Decision Support System for a Specialty Chemicals Production Plant ..................................... 1262 G. S. Bernstein, E. C. Carlson, R. M. Felder, and R. E. Bokeny Simulation Applications in Construction Engineering and Management State of the Art in Construction Simulation ................................................................................................................ 1271 S. M. AbouRizk, D. W. Halpin, and J. D. Lutz Facilitating Simulation Model Development for Construction Engineers .................................................................. 1278 A. Touran Graphical Object-Oriented Discrete-Event Simulation System .................................................................................. 1285 L. Y. Liu and P. G. Ioannou General Transportation Applications II TPASS - Dynamic, Discrete-Event Simulation and Animation of a Toll Plaza ......................................................... 1292 R. T. Redding and A. J. Junga A Flexible Port Traffic Planning Model ...................................................................................................................... 1296 R. R. Gibson, B. C. Carpenter, and S. P. Seeburger A General Rapid Transit Simulation Model with Both Automatic and Manual Train Control .................................. 1307 O. M. Atala, J. C. Brill, and J. S. Carson Air Transportation Applications Modeling Human Behavior in Aircraft Evacuations ................................................................................................... 1312 J. E. Schroeder, M. Grant, and M. L. Tuttle Analysis of Airport/Airline Operations Using Simulation .......................................................................................... 1320 S. T. Gantt Simulation of a Combination Carrier Air Cargo Hub ................................................................................................. 1325 P. DeLorme, J. Procter, S. Swaminathan, and T. Tillinghast Applications of Performance Improvement or Optimization Methodology Simulation Modeling of a Trunked Radio Network .................................................................................................... 1332 J. S. Dhingra, R. C. Mehta, G. L. Blankenship, and A. Sharon Customer Service Evaluation in the Telephone Service Provisioning Process .......................................................... 1341 S. Ozeki and N. Ikeuchi Optimization of a Corn-Processing Simulation Model ............................................................................................... 1349 D. Humphrey and J. Chu Communications Systems Hierarchical Rapid Modeling of Picture Archiving and Communications Systems Using LANNET II.5 and Network 11.5 .............................................................................................................................................. 1356 E. Wirsz, F. W. Prior, G. A. Meredith, and K. R. Anderson A Parallel Simulator for Performance Modelling of Broadband Telecommunication Networks ................................ 1365 R. W. Earnshaw and A. Hind Approach to Nation-Wide Network Simulation Making Virtual Reality for Telecommunication Network Management ........................................................................................................................................................... 1374 H. Hasegawa and A. Inoue Author Index Author Directory 1380 1385

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