Brunel University Research Archive (BURA) >
Schools >
School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics >
School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics Research Papers >

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4005

Title: A survey of simulation techniques in commerce and defence
Authors: Eldabi, T
Jahangirian, M
Naseer, A
Stergioulas, L
Young, T
Mustafee, N
Keywords: Simulation
Survey
Commerce
Defence
Publication Date: 2008
Publisher: Operational Research Society
Citation: Proceedings of the OR Society 4th Simulation Workshop (SWO8), Worcestershire, April 2008. pp. 275-284
Abstract: Despite the developments in Modelling and Simulation (M&S) tools and techniques over the past years, there has been a gap in the M&S research and practice in healthcare on developing a toolkit to assist the modellers and simulation practitioners with selecting an appropriate set of techniques. This study is a preliminary step towards this goal. This paper presents some results from a systematic literature survey on applications of M&S in the commerce and defence domains that could inspire some improvements in the healthcare. Interim results show that in the commercial sector Discrete-Event Simulation (DES) has been the most widely used technique with System Dynamics (SD) in second place. However in the defence sector, SD has gained relatively more attention. SD has been found quite useful for qualitative and soft factors analysis. From both the surveys it becomes clear that there is a growing trend towards using hybrid M&S approaches.
URI: http://www.orsoc.org.uk/conf/simulation2008/proceedings/session11.pdf
http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4005
Appears in Collections:Business and Management
School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics Research Papers
Computer Science
Health Economics Research Group (HERG)

Files in This Item:

File Description SizeFormat
Fulltext.pdf215.68 kBAdobe PDFView/Open

Items in BURA are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.

 


Library (c) Brunel University.    Powered By: DSpace
Send us your
Feedback. Last Updated: September 14, 2010.
Managed by:
Hassan Bhuiyan