SAINT: Volume II. User's Manual.
PURDUE UNIV LAFAYETTE IND SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
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SAINT is a modeling procedure and a computer program which prescribes a method for performing a Systems Analysis of Integrated Networks of Tasks. SAINT simulates a network of tasks that are performed by a set of operators involved in a mission under adverse conditions. A user of SAINT need not be a computer programmer, as no computer programming is required. SAINT accepts a description of the network to be simulated and automatically performs an analysis to obtain statistical quantities as specified by the user. SAINT is a powerful and flexible tool. The models that can be simulated using SAINT can be extremely complex. The multitude of concepts included in SAINT and its extensive analysis capability require that the user prepare the input data in a consistent form. This report describes the procedures for preparing the input data for SAINT and discusses the output reports obtained from SAINT.
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