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December 2017 WSC '17: Proceedings of the 2017 Winter Simulation Conference
Publisher: IEEE Press
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In this paper we present the stochastic co-kriging methodology (SCK) for approximating a steady-state mean response surface based on outputs from both long and short simulation replications performed at selected design points. We provide details on how to construct an SCK metamodel, perform parameter estimation, and make prediction via SCK. ...

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December 2014 WSC '14: Proceedings of the 2014 Winter Simulation Conference
Publisher: IEEE Press
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In production planning, one of the major challenges for plan optimization lies in quantifying the dependence of the objective criterion (typically total cost) upon the decision variables that specify a release plan of jobs. Existing methods either fall short in capturing such a relationship, which involves non-stationary stochastic processes of ...

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December 2014 WSC '14: Proceedings of the 2014 Winter Simulation Conference
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Multi-objective simulation optimization was performed to synergistically investigate the cost and benefits of the most commonly-used strategies for H1N1 epidemic mitigation: vaccination, antiviral treatment, and school closure. By simultaneously considering the three intervention strategies, this study leads to findings that supplement those in the existing work, and provides additional insights ...

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December 2013 WSC '13: Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference: Simulation: Making Decisions in a Complex World
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Stochastic kriging (SK) has been studied as an effective metamodeling technique for approximating the mean response surface implied by a stochastic simulation. Until recently, it has only been applied to simulation experiments with continuous decision variables or factors. In this paper, we propose a new method called stochastic kriging with ...

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December 2011 WSC '11: Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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This paper is concerned with production planning in manufacturing, which can be loosely defined as the problem of finding a release plan for jobs that minimizes the total cost (or maximizes the total profit). Production planning is a challenging optimization problem due to the variability in manufacturing systems and uncertainty ...

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December 2010 WSC '10: Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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This paper is concerned with characterizing the transient behavior of general queueing systems, which is widely known to be notoriously difficult. The objective is to develop a statistical methodology, integrated with extensive offline simulation and preliminary queueing analysis, for the estimation of a small number of transfer function models (TFMs) ...

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December 2008 WSC '08: Proceedings of the 40th Conference on Winter Simulation
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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Characterizing the transient behavior of queueing systems is a difficult problem, which has been addressed by either simplified analytical models or simulation. We seek to capture the transient performance of systems from a new perspective: based on high-fidelity simulation experiments, we estimate a number of transfer function models (the discrete ...

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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 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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A simulation-based methodology is proposed to map the mean of steady-state cycle time as a function of throughput and product mix for manufacturing systems. Nonlinear regression models motivated by queueing analysis are assumed for the underlying response surface. To insure efficiency and control estimation error, simulation experiments are built up ...

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December 2005 WSC '05: Proceedings of the 37th conference on Winter simulation
Publisher: Winter Simulation Conference
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A cycle time-throughput (CT-TH) curve plays an important role in strategic planning for manufacturing systems. In this research, we seek to quantify the relationship of the moments and percentiles of cycle time to throughput rate via simulation experiments. The estimation of CT-TH moment curves is based on a nonlinear regression ...

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December 2005 WSC '05: Proceedings of the 37th conference on Winter simulation
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Cycle time-throughput (CT-TH) percentile curves quantify the relationship between percentiles of cycle time and factory throughput, and they can play an important role in strategic planning for manufacturing systems. In this paper, a highly flexible distribution, the generalized gamma, is used to represent the underlying distribution of cycle time. To ...

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December 2004 WSC '04: Proceedings of the 36th conference on Winter simulation
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This paper illustrates an example of the use of a metamodeling approach to simulation through an example of two real world semiconductor manufacturing systems. The meta-model used was from Yang et al. (2004) and has similarities to Cheng and Kleijnen (1999). The approach aims at reducing the amount of simulation ...



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