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Waiting line models and simulation

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It seems that simulation could handle any situation or study. But is that always true? Discuss instances in which a simulation would be important and useful, and then a situation in which a simulation would not be appropriate. Finally, include a set of rules you would use to determine if a simulation is appropriate for a given situation (write them out in a list: 1) 2) 3) etc.).

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A simulation is appropriate when it allows access to internal practices that may otherwise not be accessible, when change can be stimulated and the changes can be observed. It is also appropriate when analytical solutions can be verified and when the simulated system is so complex that the interactions can be treated only though simulation. The simulation may also allow new designs or policies prior to implementation and training can be implemented through simulation without interrupting the current work ...

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