{One of the most challenging steps of a simulation study is the experiments analysis since it provides the information necessary to make decision regarding project objectives. As a matter of fact, a very common practice is to carry out an arbitrary number of simulation runs of arbitrary length and then to perform inference on the simulation results, treating them as the ``true'' model output. The aim of this paper is to propose an innovative methodology to investigate simulation outputs in order to identify ``sustainable target'' for the system and express it as a point value rather than as a confidence interval. For this purpose, a decision support tool is then proposed, it takes as input the process output data of observed samples and provides as result the achievable targets for each couple of replication number and replication length by using the classical statistical concepts of type-I and type-II error

A Coordination Technique for Automatic Guided Vehicles in an Industrial Environment / Olmi, Roberto; Secchi, Cristian; Fantuzzi, Cesare. - ELETTRONICO. - 42:16(2009), pp. 359-364. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 9th IFAC Symposium on Robot Control, SYROCO 2009 tenutosi a Gifu, Giappone nel September 9-12, 2009 [10.3182/20090909-4-JP-2010.00062].

A Coordination Technique for Automatic Guided Vehicles in an Industrial Environment

OLMI, Roberto;SECCHI, Cristian;FANTUZZI, Cesare
2009

Abstract

{One of the most challenging steps of a simulation study is the experiments analysis since it provides the information necessary to make decision regarding project objectives. As a matter of fact, a very common practice is to carry out an arbitrary number of simulation runs of arbitrary length and then to perform inference on the simulation results, treating them as the ``true'' model output. The aim of this paper is to propose an innovative methodology to investigate simulation outputs in order to identify ``sustainable target'' for the system and express it as a point value rather than as a confidence interval. For this purpose, a decision support tool is then proposed, it takes as input the process output data of observed samples and provides as result the achievable targets for each couple of replication number and replication length by using the classical statistical concepts of type-I and type-II error
9th IFAC Symposium on Robot Control, SYROCO 2009
Gifu, Giappone
September 9-12, 2009
42
359
364
Olmi, Roberto; Secchi, Cristian; Fantuzzi, Cesare
A Coordination Technique for Automatic Guided Vehicles in an Industrial Environment / Olmi, Roberto; Secchi, Cristian; Fantuzzi, Cesare. - ELETTRONICO. - 42:16(2009), pp. 359-364. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 9th IFAC Symposium on Robot Control, SYROCO 2009 tenutosi a Gifu, Giappone nel September 9-12, 2009 [10.3182/20090909-4-JP-2010.00062].
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