9781439871348 Performance evaluation of industrial systems; discrete event simulation in using Excel/VBA, 2d ed.
What does DE stand for?
DE stands for Discrete Event (program specification)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 54 other meanings of DE in our Acronym Attic
- Digital Encoder
- Digital Engineering
- Digital Environment
- Digital Exploitation
- Diplôme d'Etat (French: state diploma)
- Directed Energy
- Directed Evolution
- Director of Education
- Discard Eligibility (ATM)
- Discipline Engineer
- Disenchant (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- Display Element
- Display Entity
- Disposable Excess
- Dissemination Element
- Distance Education (course; various schools)
- Distant End (satellite communications)
- Distinguished Editor (Institute of Professional Editors)
- Distinguished Engineer (various organizations)
- Distribution Engineering
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He continues, "It's becoming increasingly important to understand how discrete event simulation can be leveraged correctly within BPM software; learning from traditional standalone industrial engineering applications of simulation.
Europe's leading centre of robotic and automation excellence, CenFRA, has saved thousands of pounds for Britain's favourite pork pie manufacturer by carrying out in-depth analysis on a planned expansion project using bespoke discrete event simulation.
Using exact computations and/or discrete event simulation, BlockSim is said to support a wide variety of analyses for both repairable and non-repairable systems.
The software is also tightly integrated with Stateflow to model systems containing finite-state machines that may produce or be controlled by discrete events.
Using a model-driven approach to collect, filter and correlate massive volumes of data about discrete events, the software applies predefined rules to identify situations that require a response.
Link Award Fees to Desired Outcomes (GAO Recommendation 1) While award fee contracts are used when it is neither feasible nor effective to devise predetermined objective performance targets, it is imperative that award fees be tied to identifiable interim outcomes, discrete events or milestones, as much as possible.
In many ways, it is tempting to see the influence of modern literary experimentation and method upon this volume: multiple foci and indeed seemingly discrete events ingathered to form a larger pattern--so that paradox and congruence are given due weight as central to the history and presentation of American slavery.