Simulation with AnyLogic
Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
This book helps you to start modeling with AnyLogic -- a multi-method simulation modeling tool that supports different modeling techniques. From the table of contents: Agent-Based Modeling; System Dynamics; Discrete Event Simulation; Pedestrian Simulation.
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