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 Wenchi Chiu

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Publication years2005-2015
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December 2015 WSC '15: Proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference
Publisher: IEEE Press
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We develop new point estimators for the variance parameter of a steady-state simulation process. The estimators are based on jackknifed versions of nonoverlapping batch means, overlapping batch means, and standardized time series variance estimators. The new estimators have reduced bias---and can be manipulated to reduce their variance and mean-squared error---compared ...

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December 2010 WSC '10: Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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We use a stochastic simulation model of pandemic influenza to investigate realistic intervention strategies that can be used in reaction to developing outbreaks. The model is constructed to represent a typical midsized North American city. Our model predicts average illness attack rates and economic costs for various intervention scenarios, e.g., ...

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December 2005 WSC '05: Proceedings of the 37th conference on Winter simulation
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We are interested in estimating the bit error rate (BER) for signal transmission in digital communication systems. Since BERs tend to be extremely small, it is difficult to obtain precise estimators based on the use of crude Monte Carlo simulation techniques. In this paper, we review, expand upon, and evaluate ...



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