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Design for Six Sigma for Green Belts and Champions: Applications for Service Operations—Foundations, Tools, DMADV, Cases, and Certification by Ph.D. Edward A. Popovich,, Ph.D. David M. Levine,, Ph.D. Howard S. Gitlow,

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Chapter 13. Discrete Event Simulation Models[1]

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Introduction

13.1

What Is Simulation?

13.2

Applications of Simulation

13.3

Why Use Simulation Modeling?

13.4

Advantages of Simulation

13.5

Precautions When Using Simulation

13.6

Pitfalls of Simulation Models

13.7

Simulation Terminology

13.8

How Discrete Event Simulation Works

13.9

Simulation Project Management

13.10

Optimizing a Process Using Design of Experiments from Simulations

13.11

Service Industry Application Using the SigmaFlow Software Package

 

Summary

 

References

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After reading this chapter, you will be able to:

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Define simulation and understand its applications in various industries and settings.

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