Let your car drive around as a taxi when you are not using it says Tesla. While Waymo offers taxis without drivers to residents of Phoenix, AZ. Seemingly significant changes to the ways we make journeys are already underway and big business is involved, but what will their impact on our surroundings be?
A recent paper uses simulation modeling to investigate...
You won’t hear any apologies from the AnyLogic developers about needing to learn some code to get the most from AnyLogic simulation modeling. The fact is, a little upfront learning makes model development faster and simpler in the long run. But, if you are new to the software, how to get this training?
Andrei Borshchev recently sat down with Sim Talk podcast host, Jacob Ingalls, for a wide-ranging discussion about AnyLogic and simulation modeling. Here is an overview and link to the podcast.
The podcast discussion begins by providing insight into the state of dynamic simulation in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, giving detail to how AnyLogic began and how it changed the scene with agent based modeling. Read on for the summary and podcast link.
In this blog post, we take a look inside an AnyLogic air maintenance model and reveal how it works. The aim is to improve your skills in the development and analysis of models, to teach AnyLogic's advanced capabilities, and also to show how simulation modeling is applied in different areas of business.
Using the Airlines Fleet model as an example, we will look at how agent-based modeling helps to analyze and plan maintenance.
UDES is designed for teaching the complex nature of city interactions, and also a method for representing them – agent based simulation.
It is an excellent example model, accessible to all, with both interactive and customizable elements. Let’s take a closer look…