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Chapter 5, Figure 5.1 is an illustration of the future state of practice of systems modeling and simulation.  With this mind, the adoption of recent, current and expected innovations could result in the future of the art of systems modeling.  From this illustration, we have learned that it would be possible to simultaneously use multiple hypotheses to achieve different goals that could include the search for deeper understanding and policy insights, experimentations in virtual laboratories, future oriented-explorations, robust policy design, and robustness testing under deep uncertainty.  

Q1: From the author's assessment, what are the main advantages of using multiple models? Provide a brief explanation.

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Chapter 6:  According to Gilbert and Troitzsch (2005), Foundations of Simulation Modeling, a simulation model is a computer a program that captures the behavior of a real-world system and it's input and possible output processes.

Q1: Based on this knowledge, and any assumptions presented by the authors, in your own words, briefly explain what simulation modeling relies upon? 

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    Final Exam

    Choose a topic from Chapters 1-19 that is of interest to you.Write a3-5 page paper including the following information:

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    Q1) According to Gilbert and Troitzsch (2005), Foundations of Simulation Modeling, a simulation model is a computer program that captures the behavior of a real-world system and its input and …