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The Big Book of Simulation Modeling – new chapters part 3


The Big Book of Simulation Modeling – new chapters part 3

In this third installment, there are two new chapters for the key AnyLogic text are now online and available for download. In these two chapters, learn about Statecharts and 3D animation.

The 'Big Book of Simulation Modeling, Multimethod Modeling with AnyLogic 8', is the essential text for those learning simulation modeling and AnyLogic. It is the only book to comprehensively present the three major methods in simulation modeling: agent-based, system dynamics, and discrete-event.

Suitable for new users, intermediate, and advanced, the book provides examples and step-by-step guides based on a variety of application areas. Read on, learn what's in the new chapters and download them to read.

More new Big Book of Simulation Modeling


More new Big Book of Simulation Modeling

Three more new chapters are now online and available for download.

The new Big Book of Simulation Modeling: Multimethod Modeling with AnyLogic 8 continues to expand. Download the latest chapters of this key text for learning AnyLogic. The content is valuable for both beginners and professionals in simulation modeling.

The first updated chapter in this blog is about the three main approaches to modeling. The second chapter is devoted to creating interactive models and their controls. The third chapter is about virtual and real-time model operation.

Online resources for AnyLogic


Online resources for AnyLogic

Recent events surrounding the spread of Coronavirus have forced many of us to change our routines and find alternative ways to work and study.

For those of you whose work or study involves AnyLogic, we have gathered a variety of online resources to inspire your simulation modeling – some you may be familiar with; others will be new. Several are also available in different languages.

So, take a deep dive into these online resources and level up with AnyLogic. If you know of anything worthwhile that we have missed, tell us!

The new Big Book of Simulation Modeling


The new Big Book of Simulation Modeling

The key AnyLogic text is being updated and three new chapters are now online and available for download.

The 'Big Book of Simulation Modeling, Multimethod Modeling with AnyLogic 8', to give it its full name, is the go-to-book for those learning simulation modeling and AnyLogic. It is the only book to comprehensively present the three major paradigms in simulation modeling: agent-based, system dynamics, and discrete-event.

Suitable for both new users and professionals alike, the book provides practical step-by-step guides based on a variety of application areas. Read on, learn what's in the new chapters and download them to read.

How to build a stunning simulation


How to build a stunning simulation

The day AnyLogic presented their AnyLogic 8.5 updates I was very excited. In addition to the headline developments I found that they had added a 3D bike object. That reminded me of an old model of bikes that I had uploaded to RunTheModel, and that, in turn, made me think about developing an idea to create a similar model using the process modeling library. Would it be possible to create a discrete-event (DE) model that seems as if it was created entirely using agent-based (AB) modeling?

How Many Simulation Trials Should I Run? Factors that Impact OptQuest Search Performance


How Many Simulation Trials Should I Run? Factors that Impact OptQuest Search Performance

The industry leading OptQuest simulation optimization engine from OptTek is integrated with AnyLogic to further enhance analysis and decision making with simulation modeling.

The recent release of AnyLogic 8.5 included the latest OptQuest optimizer. Read on and learn from Dr. Ben Thengvall about how to quickly determine optimal parameters for your simulation models with OptQuest.

The art of process-centric modeling – an AnyLogic educational textbook


The art of process-centric modeling – an AnyLogic educational textbook

This free educational textbook uses AnyLogic to teach the art of process centric modeling. Also known as discrete-event modeling, process-centric modeling is good for capturing business processes, where systems can be described as a sequence of actions. Capturing a system in a process-centric model is not always straightforward but, using clear examples and the simulation modeling tool AnyLogic, this book teaches you how.

AnyLogic 7 in Three Days in Japanese


AnyLogic 7 in Three Days in Japanese

AnyLogic 7 in Three Days, the practical book on AnyLogic 7 from AnyLogic developers, is now available for FREE in Japanese! The book is written by Ilya Grigoryev the author of AnyLogic training courses. The book is designed for self-education or university environment and might be considered as the first learning guide to AnyLogic software. The book is structured around four examples from different areas, where simulation modeling could be implemented: manufacturing, healthcare, marketing research and pedestrian flows. Being practice-oriented, the book also contains some theory behind all four application areas. The book is available in Portuguese, Chinese and English.

AnyLogic 7 in Three Days, Portuguese Translation - FREE


AnyLogic 7 in Three Days, Portuguese Translation - FREE

AnyLogic 7 in Three Days, the first practical textbook on AnyLogic 7 from AnyLogic developers, has a Portuguese version available to download at no cost to you. The book is written by Ilya Grigoryev, Head of Training at AnyLogic and the author of AnyLogic documentation and AnyLogic training courses. Consider this, your first step in learning AnyLogic software. The book is structured around three examples: a consumer market model, an epidemiology model, and an airport model. Some theory behind all three modeling methods is also provided in the book. Through reading the book and completing the exercises, you will create models of pedestrians and discrete events using business process flowcharts, draw diagrams of stock and flow, and build agent-based models. On the Portuguese landing page, also find additional learning material. A recorded webinar is available (in English) that focuses on key new AnyLogic 7 features: extending GIS maps by adding additional shapefiles, converting shapefiles into GIS routes, and the Fluid Library.

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