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HUMAN BEHAVIOUR MODELLING: AN INVESTIGATION USING TRADITIONAL DISCRETE EVENT AND
 

Summary: HUMAN BEHAVIOUR MODELLING:
AN INVESTIGATION USING TRADITIONAL DISCRETE EVENT AND
COMBINED DISCRETE EVENT AND AGENT-BASED SIMULATION
MAZLINA ABDUL MAJID
Thesis submitted to the University of Nottingham
for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
MARCH 2011
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Dedicated to
my beloved husband, Syahnizam Abdullah Sani, for his love and support,
my precious daughter and son, Almira Damia and Almir Daniyal,
the beauties of my life,
my lovely mother, Fatimah Noog Ghani, for your dua and care,and
the memory of my father, Abdul Majid Abdul Kadir. I wish he were alive.
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ABSTRACT
This thesis presents a comparison between two simulation methods,
namely Discrete Event Simulation (DES) and Agent Based Simulation (ABS). In
our literature review we identified a gap in comparing the applicability of these
methods to modelling human centric service systems. Hence, we have focused our

  

Source: Aickelin, Uwe - School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences