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Title: Modelling very large complex systems using distributed simulation: A pilot study in a healthcare setting
Authors: Brailsford, S
Katsaliaki, K
Mustafee, N
Taylor, SJE
Keywords: Distributed simulation;Healthcare;Blood transfusion;Supply chains
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Operational Research Society
Citation: Proceedings of the 2006 Operational Research Society Simulation Workshop (SW06), Leamington Spa, March 2006. pp. 257-262
Abstract: Modern manufacturing supply chains are hugely complex and like all stochastic systems, can benefit from simulation. Unfortunately supply chain systems often result in massively large and complicated models, which even today’s powerful computers cannot run efficiently. This paper presents one possible solution - distributed simulation. This pilot study is implemented in a healthcare setting, the supply chain of blood from donor to recipient.
URI: http://www.orsoc.org.uk/conf/simulation2006/proceedings/SW06_36BrailsfordKatsaliakiMustafeeTaylor.pdf
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