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Describes how you can use SAS Simulation Studio to create, execute, and research discrete occasion simulation versions through its grapical consumer interface. This advisor additionally explains the SAS Simulation Studio interface to the JMP design-of-experiments features for producing designs to run opposed to your simulation types.

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25 25 26 28 29 30 31 31 Overview of Models In Simulation Studio, the term model means an abstraction or representation of a system that you want to investigate or study. Most models represent a simplified version of the real system, but they still must capture the essence of the system under investigation to be useful. In Simulation Studio, models are composed of blocks, and blocks communicate with each other through ports. In the Simulation Studio GUI, blocks are said to be connected if a port on one block has a link to a port on another block, creating a path for information to flow between them.

You can open this dialog by right-clicking the block and selecting the Block Properties menu item. Double-clicking the block icon also causes the properties dialog box to open. After you have some blocks in your Model window, you can begin to create links between the ports on the various blocks to enable the flow of values and entities between blocks. To create a link, position the pointer over a port you want to be an endpoint of the link and hold down the left mouse 30 ✦ Chapter 3: Simulation Models button.

33 33 38 40 41 42 42 43 Overview of Experiments The concept of an experiment can have a variety of meanings or connotations in different contexts and fields of study. In Simulation Studio, an experiment provides a facility to automate the initialization and running of simulation models and also to record measures from a simulation run. That is, you can use an experiment to set parameters on blocks in your model before you run the model (without manually editing the individual blocks) and also to extract and record measures from blocks at the end of each simulation run.

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