Simulation modeling of economic systems: software tools and areas of improvement

Shamrin, Ruslan and Шамрін, Руслан Володимирович (2016) Simulation modeling of economic systems: software tools and areas of improvement. Економіка та держава (1). pp. 35-39. ISSN 2306-6806

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A study of socio-economic development of regions is closely connected with the construction of models of real systems, analysis of their current and forecasting of their future behavior. Today one of the most popular is the method of simulation modeling. It combines the features of the experimental approach and specific conditions for the use of computer technology. Computer modeling makes the process more clear and understandable for the average researcher. The article considers the approaches of system dynamics, discrete and agent-based modeling. The advantages of simulation modeling method and stages of constructing models based on it are presented. A brief review and analysis of simulation systems ARIS, Arena, Anylogic, iThink is presented. Results of the analysis are summarized in the final table. The possible areas of improvement of simulation modeling systems are presented. In conclusion, there is noticed inability of study of economic systems without building models of processes occurring in them. The development of information technology systems brings the processes of systems study to a new level. The method of simulation modeling is relevant and popular today, and therefore development and improvement of simulation modeling systems will be continued.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: modeling, simulation modeling, system dynamics, discrete event modeling, agent modeling, systems of simulation modeling
Subjects: Research materials > Journal articles > Economics
Research materials > Journal articles
Divisions: Educational and Scientific Institute of Hospitality Industry and Tourism > Department of Tourism and Country Studies
Depositing User: Адміністратор репозиторію
Date Deposited: 23 Jul 2017 21:56
Last Modified: 26 Jul 2017 07:31

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