A comparison of a game simulation technique, developed at RAND and used extensively in the Logistics Systems Laboratory, with other simulation techniques. The Memorandum describes the use of the technique in logistics research and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the technique at its present state of development. 77 pp.
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