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Methodology for the management of discrete event simulation projects based on PMBOK ®: Action research in a high-tech company

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posted on 23.05.2019, 08:42 by Tabata Fernandes Pereira, Luiz Felipe Pugliese, Jose Arnaldo Barra Montevechi, Mona Liza Moura De Oliveira, Stewart RobinsonStewart Robinson, Amarnath Banerjee
© 2018 IEEE Discrete Event Simulation (DES) is a powerful tool for decision making. It has been widely used in different application fields. There are many works investigating the simulation modeling process, but little is found in the literature that considers how to manage a DES project. In this respect, this paper has the objective of proposing a specific methodology for the management of DES projects based on PMBOK. This was considered to be the methodology that most fits with the requirements of DES. In order to test the approach, PMBOK was applied in a real simulation project. The methodology was then evaluated by the simulation analysts who provided their feedback on the study.

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School

  • Business and Economics

Department

  • Business

Published in

Winter Simulatuion Conference Proceedings - Winter Simulation Conference

Volume

2018-December

Pages

4002 - 4013

Citation

PEREIRA, T.F. ... et al., 2019. Methodology for the management of discrete event simulation projects based on PMBOK ® : Action research in a high-tech company. Presented at the Winter Simulatuion Conference (WSC), Gothenburg , 9-12th December pp. 4002 - 4013.

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© IEEE

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Acceptance date

28/08/2018

Publication date

2019

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ISBN

9781538665725

ISSN

0891-7736

Language

en

Location

Gothenburg

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