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Instructor’s Solutions Manual (ISM) for [Ch 1 ~ 7] Simulation Modeling and Arena, 1e, Manuel D. Rossetti, ISBN: 0470097264, ISBN : 9780470472668, ISBN : 9780470097267, [DOWNLOAD INSTANT & ANONYMOUSLY]

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Simulation Modeling.

1. Simulation Modeling.

1.1 Why Simulate?

1.2 Types of Computer Simulation.

1.3 How the Discrete-Event Clock Works.

1.4 Randomness in Simulation.

1.5 Simulation Languages.

1.6 Getting Started with Arena.

1.7 Getting Help within Arena.

1.8 Simulation Methodology.

1.9 Organization of the Book.

1.10 Exercises.

Chapter 2. Basic Process Modeling.

2. Elements of Process-Oriented Simulation.

2.1 Entities, Attributes, and Variables.

2.2 Creating and Disposing of Entities.

2.3 Defining Variables and Attributes.

2.4 Processing Entities.

2.5 Attributes, Variables, and some I/O.

2.6 Flow of Control in Arena.

2.7 Batching and Separating Entities.

2.8 SIMAN and Arena’s Run Controller.

2.9 Summary.

2.10 Exercises.

Chapter 3. Modeling Randomness in Simulation.

3. Modeling Randomness in Simulation.

3.1 Random Variables and Probability Distributions.

3.2 Input Distribution Modeling.

3.3 Generating Random Numbers.

3.4 Summary.

3.5 Exercises.

3.6 Appendix: Using MINITAB and BestFit during Input Modeling.

3.7 Appendix: Basic Spreadsheet Simulation Concepts.

Chapter 4. Analyzing Simulation Output.

4. Analyzing Simulation Output.

4.1 Types of Statistical Variables.

4.2 Types of Simulation With Respect To Output Analysis.

4.3 Analysis of Finite Horizon Simulations.

4.4 Analysis of Infinite Horizon Simulations.

4.5 Comparing System Configurations.

4.6 Summary.

4.7 Exercises.

Chapter 5. Modeling Queueing and Inventory Systems.

5. Introduction.

5.1 Single Line Queueing Stations.

5.2 Networks of Queueing Stations.

5.3 Inventory Systems.

5.4 Summary.

5.5 Exercises.

Chapter 6. Entity Movement and Material Handling Constructs.

6. Introduction.

6.1 Constrained Transfer with Resources.

6.2 Constrained Transfer with Transporters.

6.3 Modeling Systems with Conveyors.

6.4 Modeling Guided Path Transporters.

6.5 Summary.

6.6 Exercises.

Chapter 7. Miscellaneous Topics in Arena Modeling.

7. Introduction.

7.1 Advanced Resource Modeling.

7.2 Tabulating Frequencies using the STATISTIC Module.

7.3 Entity and Resource Costing.

7.4 Miscellaneous Modeling Concepts.

7.5 Programming Concepts within Arena.

7.6 Summary.

7.7 Exercises.

Chapter 8. Application of Simulation Modeling.

8. Introduction.

8.1 Problem Description.

8.2 Detailed Solution.

8.3 Sensitivity Analysis.

8.4 Completing the Project.

8.5 Some Final Thoughts.

8.6 Exercises.



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