Cover: Some Tactical Problems in Simulation Method

Some Tactical Problems in Simulation Method

Published 1962

by Richard Walter Conway

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A discussion of the problems involved in the actual running of computer simulations. The memorandum considers useful ways of setting up the initial conditions in a simulation model so as to reduce the amount of computer time and to help ensure that valid data are obtained. It also suggests ways of designing experiments with simulation models so that the resulting data from the computer runs will produce valid comparisons among alternative policies or other hypotheses being studied by simulation.

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