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December 2007 WSC '07: Proceedings of the 39th conference on Winter simulation: 40 years! The best is yet to come
Publisher: IEEE Press
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Computer simulation is an appealing approach for the reliability analysis of structure-based software systems as it can accommodate important complexities present in realistic systems. When the system is complicated, a screening experiment to quickly identify important factors (components) can significantly improve the efficiency of analysis. The challenge is to guarantee ...

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December 2006 WSC '06: Proceedings of the 38th conference on Winter simulation
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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Factor screening is performed to eliminate unimportant factors so that the remaining important factors can be more thoroughly studied in later experiments. Controlled Sequential Bifurcation (CSB) and Controlled Sequential Factorial Design (CSFD) are two new screening methods for discrete-event simulations. Both methods use hypothesis testing procedures to control the Type ...

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December 2005 WSC '05: Proceedings of the 37th conference on Winter simulation
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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Analysts examining complex simulation models often conduct screening experiments to identify the most important factors. Controlled sequential bifurcation (CSB) is a screening procedure, developed specifically for simulation experiments, that uses a sequence of hypothesis tests to classify the factors as either important or unimportant. CSB controls the probability of Type ...

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December 2005 WSC '05: Proceedings of the 37th conference on Winter simulation
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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Screening experiments are performed to eliminate unimportant factors so that the remaining important factors can be more thoroughly studied in later experiments. Sequential screening methods are specifically fit for simulation experiments. They are usually more efficient than one-step procedures. The challenge is to prove the "correctness" of the result.This paper ...

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December 2003 WSC '03: Proceedings of the 35th conference on Winter simulation: driving innovation
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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Screening experiments are performed to eliminate unimportant factors so that the remaining important factors can be more thoroughly studied in later experiments. Sequential bifurcation (SB) is a screening method that is well suited for simulation experiments; the challenge is to prove the "correctness" of the results. This paper proposes Controlled ...

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December 1998
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June 1993 Mathematical Programming: Series A and B: Volume 60 Issue 1, June 1, 1993
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Keywords: maximum flow problem, polynomial time, simplex method

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July 1990 ISSAC '90: Proceedings of the international symposium on Symbolic and algebraic computation
Publisher: ACM
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A refutational approach to geometry theorem proving using Ritt-Wu's algorithm for computing a characteristic set is discussed. A geometry problem is specified as a quantifier-free formula consisting of a finite set of hypotheses implying a conclusion, where each hypothesis is either a geometry relation or a subsidiary condition ruling out ...

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October 1987 Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing: Volume 40 Issue 1, Oct. 1987
Publisher: Academic Press Professional, Inc.
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