Watch how to use AnyLogic process simulation software to design multi-level facilities in manufacturing, healthcare, warehouse, and other models. To continue with production process modeling, check out our manufacturing simulation webinar recording.
Dr. Igor Mazurok and his team applied AnyLogic simulation in the research of blockchain consensus mechanisms. Focusing on the Java based Nxt network, the team propose supplementing the network’s Proof of Stake consensus mechanism with a Proof of Greed mechanism so that transaction verification is rewarded more fairly.
Read on and discover more of how simulation can be used in blockchain research…
The webinar Hybrid Dynamic Models in COVID-19 Planning and Beyond drew in a record number of attendees and prompted some great questions around the theme of simulation modeling and healthcare planning.
Dr. Nathaniel Osgood, a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Associate Faculty in the Department of Community Health & Epidemiology at the University of Saskatchewan, provided great insight into simulation modeling related to healthcare. Read on for the webinar details, recording, and Dr. Nathaniel Osgood’s Q&A answers.
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.
Energy markets are changing. They are now open to competition, households regularly generate electricity, and a necessity for more environmentally friendly modes of transport means electric vehicles are placing new demands on electricity grids. While these changes take place, electricity delivery must remain stable and affordable.
Sjors Hijgenaar proposes a radical response to these developments — decentralized smart grids and direct local trade. As part of his analysis, he develops an agent-based simulation of a Dutch neighborhood that uses a smart grid and local trade to show the benefits for efficiency and reliability. How can this work?
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 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.
Our AnyLogic partners in China obtained a paper relating to COVID-19 and permission to publish a translation.
Writing this now, there is obviously a lot of interest surrounding the spread of the COVID-19, the coronavirus disease. The paper studies the prevalence of infection in a population using agent-based simulation and looks at the importance of factors such as the frequency of close contact among a population.
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?
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