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LOGISTICS RESEARCH CONFERENCE, VOLUME II-9.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON D C
Contents Area I Application of computer simulations in logistics research and operations Use of computer simulations in logistics management training Application of simulation to two supply operations Food service facilities and shipboard storerooms Military personnel system simulation Simulation for depot requirements and distribution of spares Wholesale logistics policy and simulation Area II Problems in developing and using simulations in logistics research and operations Simulation and dissimulation Technical problems of simulation development Area III Techniques likely to increase the effective use of computer simulations Games as an aid to simulation development Simulation programing and analysis of results Variance reduction techniques Some properties of feedback systems as a guide to the analysis of complex simulation models.
Prepared for presentation to Panel on Logistics Simulation (Panel 9) at Dept. of Defense Logistics Research Conference, Airlie Conference Center, Warrenton, Va., 26-28 May 65. Available copy will not permit fully legible reproduction. Reproduction will be made if requested by users of DDC.