|188.8.131.52.1 Time-Controlled Simulation Models|
The time-controlled simulation is particularly appropriate if it is difficult to allocate the state changes realized during a time interval to individual events. One disadvantage is that the simulation clock must be increased, even for lengthy idle times.
|/Mattern, 1989/||Brief description of time-controlled simulation models (pp. 202-204)|
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