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** Bayes Theorem for Continuous-valued Parameters by Discrete Events **

** Discrete Event Simulation (Technique **

** Discrete Event Simulation of Hybrid Systems **

Radhesh Nair for contributions on discrete event simulation. [Pg.272]

In Section 42.2 we have discussed that queuing theory may provide a good qualitative picture of the behaviour of queues in an analytical laboratory. However the analytical process is too complex to obtain good quantitative predictions. As this was also true for queuing problems in other fields, another branch of Operations Research, called Discrete Event Simulation emerged. The basic principle of discrete event simulation is to generate sample arrivals. Each sample is characterized by a number of descriptors, e.g. one of those descriptors is the analysis time. In the jargon of simulation software, a sample is an object, with a number of attributes (e.g. analysis time) and associated values (e.g. 30 min). Other objects are e.g. instruments and analysts. A possible attribute is a list of the analytical... [Pg.618]

Klaessens [14-17] developed a laboratory simulator , written in SIMULA, which by a question-answering session assembles the simulation model. SIMULA [18] is a programming environment dedicated to the simulation of queuing systems. KEE [ 19] offers a graphics-driven discrete event simulator, in which the objects are represented by icons which can be connected into a logical network (e.g. a production line for the manufacturing of electronic devices). Although KEE has proven its potential in many areas, no examples are known of analytical laboratories simulated in KEE. [Pg.621]

A condition for discrete event simulation to become a relevant tool for the laboratory manager is the availability of an easy to use simulator with a user friendly user interface. [Pg.621]

Duran CL (2004) Logistics for world-wide cmde oil transportation using discrete event simulation and optimal control. Comput Chem Eng 28 897-911... [Pg.70]

First, to answer the question of units, we recall that the Poisson distribution applies to measurements for X-ray, UV, and visible detectors, and the reason that distribution applies is because it is the distribution describing the behavior of the number of discrete events occurring in a given time interval the actual data, then, is the number of counts occurring during the measurement time. The unit of Et, then, is the absolute number of counts, and this brings us to our caveat. [Pg.289]

Process Control. The traditional process control will be expanded toward new applications such as nonlinear process control of biosystems. However, in the commodity chemicals industry there will be increased need for synthesizing plantwide control systems, as well as integrating dynamics, discrete events, and safety functions, which will be achieved through new mathematical and computer science developments in hybrid systems. [Pg.91]

A discrete-event simulation tool considers - nomen est omen - discrete events at discrete points in time. Typically, in a discrete-event simulator items such as parts are moving through the modeled system changing their state, e.g., when they enter or leave a machine. A reactor in the process industry continuously produces a certain output. This is something a discrete-event simulator is not really made... [Pg.34]

It finally may be stated that the use of discrete-event simulation on different decision levels even though state-of-the-art is still slightly underrepresented in the process industry. However, since the technology has proven itself in an... [Pg.35]

Watson, E.F. (1997) An application of discrete-event simulation for batch-process chemical plant design. Interfaces, 27 (6), 35-50. [Pg.36]

The routing module and the discrete event process simulator are triggered by the scheduling module. [Pg.41]

The simulation module simulates the basic operation(s) which are processed by a combination of a vessel and a station using a discrete event simulator. All necessary data (basic operation(s), equipment parameters, recipe scaling percentage, etc.) is provided by the scheduling-module. The simulator calculates the processing times and the state changes of the contents of the vessels (mass, temperature, concentrations, etc.) that are relevant for logistic considerations. [Pg.43]

Workshop on Discrete Event Systems, Springer, Berlin, pp. 199-204. [Pg.235]

Azzaro-Pantel, C. L. Bemal-Haro P. Baudet S. Demenech, et al. A Two-Stage Methodology for Short-term Batch Plant Scheduling Discrete-Event Simulation and Genetic Algorithm Comput Chem Eng 22 1461-1481 (1998). [Pg.413]

Planning Economic Steady state, single or multiperiod, discrete-event, material flows... [Pg.552]

Modeling Terminology. Agent-Based Discrete Event Models. 645... [Pg.618]

** Bayes Theorem for Continuous-valued Parameters by Discrete Events **

** Discrete Event Simulation (Technique **

** Discrete Event Simulation of Hybrid Systems **

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