In discrete systems, the changes in the system state are discontinuous and each change in the state of the system is called an event. For example, the arrival or departure of a customer in a queue is an event. Similarly, sales of an item from stock is an event in the inventory system.

Discrete System Simulation - Simulation and Modeling

In this “Discrete System Simulation - Simulation and Modeling” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Introduction to Discrete System Simulation
  2. Representation of Time
  3. Simulation Time
  4. Updating Clock Time
  5. Significant Event Simulation
  6. General Arrival Pattern
  7. Trace-Driven Simulation
  8. Bootstrapping
  9. Simulation of Telephone System
  10. Object of Simulation
  11. Delayed Call
  12. Simulation Programming Task
  13. Gathering Statistics
  14. Counter and Summary Statistics
  15. Measuring Utilization & Occupancy
  16. Recording Distribution & Transit Time
  17. Discrete Simulation Languages

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