Output Analysis is the analysis of data generated by a simulation run to predict system performance or compare the performance of two or more system designs. In stochastic simulations, multiple runs are always necessary. The output of a single run can be viewed as a sample of size 1.

Analysis of Simulation Output - Simulation and Modeling

In this “Analysis of Simulation Output - Simulation and Modeling” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Introduction to Analysis of Simulation Output
  2. Nature of the Problem
  3. Estimation Method
  4. Simulation Run Statistics
  5. Replication of Runs
  6. Elimination of Initial Bias

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