Towards a Guide to Domain-Specific Hybrid Simulation
Author(s): Djanatliev A, German R
Publication year: 2015
Conference Proceedings Title: Proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference
Pages range: -
Event: Winter Simulation Conference 2015
Event location: Huntington Beach, CA USA
The advantages of combined simulation techniques have been already frequently discussed and are well-covered by the recently published literature. In particular, many case studies have been presented solving similar domain-specific problems by different multi-paradigm simulation approaches. Moreover, a number of papers exist focusing on theoretical and conceptual aspects of hybrid simulation. However, it still remains a challenge to decide, whether combined methods are appropriate in certain situations and how they can be applied. Therefore, domain-specific user guides for multi-paradigm modeling are required combining general concepts and best practices to common steps. In this paper, we particularly outline three major processes targeting to define structured hybrid approaches in domain-specific contexts, and we focus on some practical issues aiming to a sustainable model development. Finally, an example hybrid methodology for problems in healthcare will be presented.
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APA: Djanatliev, A., & German, R. (2015). Towards a Guide to Domain-Specific Hybrid Simulation. In Proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference (pp. -).
MLA: Djanatliev, Anatoli, and Reinhard German. "Towards a Guide to Domain-Specific Hybrid Simulation." Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference 2015, Huntington Beach, CA USA 2015. -.