NEW: Updated for R2015a.
NEW: Example demonstrating the Reorder Point method.
The library consists of a top-level SimEvents library called
five test bench models:
4. test_DateTime_days.slx, and
and three example models:
Revision 08 (R2015a) - September 30, 2015
Rick Rosson (2020). SimEvents: Operations Research Library (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/29754-simevents-operations-research-library), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
I am trying to create a model of a paralell car storage in an automotive factory and I don' t know how to apply a technical availability to each server. I add the cycle time or servcie time for each car but I would like to ass the TAV to simulate breakdowns causing a reduction of the number of entities served. If there any example for this kind of models to help me?
Simple example should be how to create a production line with and automation. This automation will have a cycle time per car and suddnely a breakdwon could occur. How it is modeled?
I am currently evaluating SimEvents R2016b.
I have no plans at this time to update this content to the new SimEvents (R2016a). I will re-evaluate this decision after MathWorks releases R2016b.
Is there a chance you will update this for the new simevents (2016A)? I would love to use this functionality in a project.
Nice work my friend! You might consider a version that releases the batch as individual entities instead of combined (or make it an option in the mask). You also could eliminate the need for the Time-Based Entity Generator upstream if you had a dialog option that specified the frequency of batching.
Updated for R2015a. Added a new example demonstrating the Reorder Point method.
Updated for R2014a. Sub-library containing example models. Two example models:
Correction: Updating requirements field to MATLAB 8.2 (R2013b)
1. Updated to R2013b.
Upgrading the libraries and test benches to R2011b.
Reorganized library into four sub-libraries. Added new blocks for 'zero-protected divide' and 'event-driven cumulative time average'
Added three new blocks to the library: Accumulate, Disaccumlate, and Entity Subsystem. Updated files to R2011a. Fixed a few minor issues with the test bench models. Renamed the "LittlesLaw.mdl" simulation to "test_conveyor.mdl".
Corrected typo in the description: revision date should be "2011" not "2010"
Added a new block to represent conveyor belts in the library. Added a new demo illustrating 'Little's Law'.
Updated the description to include advantages and limitations. Also added Simulink to the list of required products.