Proceedings of the 23th Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, December 8-11, 1991.
ACM Press 1991
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
: Introduction to SIMFACTORY II.5.
Peter L. Haigh
: Simulation of computer systems and networks with MOGUL and REGAL.
: Tutorial: scheduling manufacturing systems with FACTOR.
: Extending common LISP object system for discrete event modeling and simulation.
: Iterative design of efficient simulations using Maisie.
Thomas J. Schriber
: The modeling of perfect sequencing flexibilty in a scheduling environment.
F. Paul Wyman
: Common features of simulation based scheduling.
: Design and analysis of computer-aided cart systems for picking discrete items.
, Reza M. Pirasteh
: Airline-catering plant material handling system analysis with simulation and scaled animation.
Nur E. Özdemirel
: Measuring the user acceptance of generic manufacturing simulation models by review of modeling assumptions.
, Carl J. Perry
: An approach to the construction and usage of simulation modeling in the shipbuilding industry.
K. Heinz Weigl
: A survey of varied production systems and different aspects using computersimulation.
Stephen R. Parker
: Combat Vehicle Reliability Assessment Simulation Model (CVRASM).
Thomas F. Schuppe
: Modeling and simulation: a Department of Defense critical technology.
Letitia M. Pohl
: Evaluation of F-15E availability during operational test.
John Craig Comfort
: Environment partitioned distributed simulation of queueing systems.
, Biswanath Mukherjee
: An efficient channel-feedback-based adaptive protocol for scheduling variable-length messages on slotted, high-speed fiber optic-LANs/MANs.
Amedeo R. Odoni
: Issues in modeling a national network of airports.
, Victor Gulewicz
: Operational planning for electronic toll collection: a unique approach to computer modeling/analysis.
A. K. Kharwat
: Computer simulation: an important tool in the fast-food industry.
Mark I. Farber
: A methodology for simulation the U.S. recreational fishery for billfish.
Charles H. Reilly
: Optimization test problems with uniformly distributed coefficients.
Donald L. Byrkett
: Classroom goodness of fit testing using Microsoft Windows.
, Bor-Ruey Fu
: On using continuous flow lines for performance estimation of discrete production lines.
, W. David Kelton
: Empirical input distributions: an alternative to standard input distribution in simulation modeling.
George S. Fishman
: A Monte Carlo sampling plan based on product form estimation.
Douglas J. Morrice
: The effects of batching on the power of the test for frequency domain methodology.
: Neave effect also occurs with Tausworthe sequences.
Philip R. Cohen
: Integrated interfaces for decision-support with simulation.
: An axiomatic basis for general discrete-event modeling.
: Towards a logical foundation of discrete event modeling and simulation.
Kirstie L. Bellman
: An approach to integrating and creating flexible software environments supporting the design of complex systems.
Paul A. Fishwick
: Heterogeneous decomposition and inter-level coupling for combined modeling.
: A unified framework for visual interactive simulation.
Joel J. Luna
: Application of hierarchical modeling concepts to a multi-analysis environment.
: Height-field fluids for computer graphics.
Robert E. Frederking
: Interactive experiment planning to control knowledge-based simulation.
Robert S. Roberts
: Simulation languages and database theory: some considerations from the entity-relationship model.