Lunchtime, CALI day 2: SIMPLE case study

by Paul Maharg on 20/06/2008

SIMPLE was given a good airing on the first day of the conference both at the plenary and also at a lunch time ‘birds of a feather’ session. Today we gave a third lunch time session, in which we took folk through a case study and showed how the tools were used. Since the session was fairly impromptu, the slides may not be up on the conference — they can be accessed here. Patricia and Karen took us through the case study of the Civil Court Action, and focused on how one side, the claimant side, looked to the simulation designer. They then both took the audience through the process of building the defender side of the transaction, step by step.

A number of queries were asked re clarifying the toolset. Lots of comments on the simulation engine, particularly from Gene Koo. Good session.

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