9 Checkpoints Before Starting A Simulation Project
Discrete Event Simulation (DES) is a formidable tool for modeling and analyzing complex systems. However, it’s vital to acknowledge that DES isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for every simulation need. Join us
Discrete Event Simulation (DES) is a formidable tool for modeling and analyzing complex systems. However, it’s vital to acknowledge that DES isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for every simulation need.
Join us for an insightful webinar as we navigate through scenarios, shedding light on when and why DES may not be the optimal choice. Whether you’re an experienced simulation user or a decision-maker exploring simulation options, this session equips you with valuable knowledge to make informed choices and leverage the right modeling techniques for your specific needs.
- The Power of Discrete Event Simulation:
- An overview of DES and its significance in modeling complex systems.
- Understanding the advantages and common applications of DES.
- Identifying DES Limitations:
- Recognizing scenarios where DES may not yield accurate results.
- Analyzing the challenges of continuous systems, resource interactions, and spatial relationships.
- Exploring Alternative Simulation Techniques:
- Introduction to complementary simulation methods.
- Assessing when these techniques outperform DES in specific scenarios.
- Achieving Optimal Simulation Choices:
- How to assess project goals and requirements effectively.
- Crafting a robust simulation strategy tailored to your unique needs.
As we delve into the world of Discrete Event Simulation, join us in unraveling its limits and understanding the factors that impact its suitability. This webinar equips you with the knowledge to make insightful decisions, ensuring your simulation endeavors yield the most valuable insights for modeling complex systems effectively. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of DES and optimize your simulation approach!
Presenter: Caur Tosi, Digital Manufacturing Engineer
(Tuesday) 11:00 am - 11:50 am