Category:Simulation Analysis

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In simulation analysis, the behaviour of the mathematical model is explored a simulation. A simulation consists of many -- often thousands of -- trials. Each trial is an experiment where a realization (i.e. a set of numerical values) for input variables are provided, the model is evaluated to compute numerical values for outcomes of interest, and collect these values for later analysis (i.e. post-processing).

The simulation analysis can be performed on any mathematical model (see Prerequisites).

Different simulation methods are available in COSSAN-X as shown in Analysis .

The results of the simulation analysis are collected and store in a Simulation Output object that can be used for later analysis (see PostProcessing).

Tutorials and examples

The following tutorials are available for Simulation toolbox:

Theory