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Assessment of Simulation Models Based on Trace-File Analysis: A Metamodeling Approach

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Assessment of Simulation Models Based on Trace-File Analysis: A Metamodeling Approach
Many important characteristics of simulation models, including queuing models, can be investigated by the use of metamodels. Problems in qualitative analysis such as analyzing model dynamics and coming to a careful understanding of model behavior can be dealt with this way. Metamodels can provide precise results even for quantitative analysis tasks, such as those involving the movement of dynamic model elements. This paper describes the use of a type of metamodeling to support the assessment of simulation models based on the analysis of trace files produced at the time of model execution. Because of the simple structure of these trace files, a simulation model can create them easily. The analysis and interpretation of trace files that is described here is independent of the simulation language used to create the original model. The tools presented in this article can be used for these purposes:
Juri Tolujev, Peter Lorenz, Daniel Beier, Thomas J
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where WSC
Authors Juri Tolujev, Peter Lorenz, Daniel Beier, Thomas J. Schriber
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