Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory
About: Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory is an academic journal published by Elsevier BV. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Computer science & Cloud computing. It has an ISSN identifier of 1569-190X. Over the lifetime, 2115 publications have been published receiving 50149 citations.
Topics: Computer science, Cloud computing, Finite element method, Discrete event simulation, Scheduling (computing)
Papers published on a yearly basis
TL;DR: The main features of the AnyBody Modeling System are introduced; in particular, the inverse dynamic analysis that resolves the fundamental indeterminacy of the muscle configuration.
TL;DR: The main contribution of this work is the utilization of the two-diode model to represent the PV cell, requiring only four parameters and known to have better accuracy at low irradiance level, allowing for more accurate prediction of PV system performance during partial shading condition.
TL;DR: A comparative study on the most popular machine learning methods applied to the challenging problem of customer churning prediction in the telecommunications industry demonstrates clear superiority of the boosted versions of the models against the plain (non-boosted) versions.
TL;DR: A new method for the modeling and simulation study of a photovoltaic grid connected system and its experimental validation is presented and good agreement with experimental data is shown, whether for the I–V characteristics or for the whole operating system.
TL;DR: A taxonomy that aims at giving an overview of the full spectrum of current simulation–optimization approaches is provided, which may guide researchers who want to use one of the existing methods, give insights into the cross-fertilization of the ideas applied in those methods and create a standard for a better communication in the scientific community.