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Volume 13, Issue 4 - Dec 2004
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Sep 2004
Volume 13, Issue 2 - Jun 2004
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Mar 2004
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Monte Carlo Soft Handoff Modeling
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 13, issue 1, 2004, Pages 1~9
In this paper some models for obtaining the distribution of a sojourn time in CDMA cellular systems are proposed. Knowledge on this is essential for reliable modeling of the soft handoff and for solving other related problems in the analysis of cellular system. The proposed model is based on random walk and can be adopted to different conditions. Analytical results can be obtained that lead to a quite complicated numerical scheme so simulation models are used for Monte Carlo experiments. Main assumptions include different kinds of mobile carriers (pedestrians and transport passengers) and round shape of a cell. The scheme for simulation experiments is presented along with the discussion of simulation results.
A Decomposition Algorithm for Convex Structuring Elements in Morphological Operation
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 13, issue 1, 2004, Pages 11~23
The decomposition of a structuring element for a morphological operation reduces the amount of the computation required for executing the operation. In this paper, we present a new technique for the decomposition of convex structuring elements for morphological operations. We formulated the linear constraints for the decomposition of a convex polygon in discrete space, then the constraints are applied to the decomposition of a convex structuring element. Also, a cost function is introduced to represent the optimal criteria for decomposition. We use linear integer programming technique to find the combination of basis structuring elements which minimizes the amount of the computation required for executing the morphological operation. Formulating different cost functions for different implementation methods and computer architectures, we can determine the optimal decompositions which guarantee the minimal amounts of computation on different computing environment.
Development of Web-based Simulator for an Automated Warehouse System : Web-SAW
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 13, issue 1, 2004, Pages 25~39
Simulation has been recognized as one of major application areas of world wide web. Over the last several years, most research has been focused on the development of web-based simulation languages mostly using JAVA and validation of simulation modeling on web with the newly developed languages. In this paper, we develop a tentative web-based simulator for a simple unit-load automated warehouse system, named Web-SAW. In constructing Web-SAW, we program a user interface program, a simulation logic program, and an animation program with JAVA while utilizing the class library functions and embodiment environment of existing web-based simulation languages. Web-SAW simulates the automated warehouse system with the user input about system operation, displays the animation on a static background representing the system, and generates the various textual outputs after simulation.
Simulation Analysis for Multiple-Server Queueing Model with Advertising and Balking
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 13, issue 1, 2004, Pages 41~50
The purpose of this paper is to analyse the manager's policy to maximize the profit in a multiple-server queueing facility with a limited queue capacity. We assume that the level of advertizing effects on the arrival rate of customers to the facility. The model without ‘word of mouth effect’ is assumed that the arrival rate is independent on the qualify of service level. We estimate the service quality by the balking rate of customers from system. We extend this to the model with ‘word of mouth effect’. To achieve the maximum profit, the most important factor is the considerably high utilization of facility for both models. Given service rate, we should maintain an effective arrival rate to some extent. To this end, among the available options, an increase of advertizing effort is more desirable than reducing the fee if the service value of customers remains unchanged. We also investigate whether the variability of service time has a significant impact on determining the optimal policy. The cost of service variability is not so expensive as that in a single server model due to the reduced variability of service times in a multiple-server model.
Extraction and Specification of Requirements for Intrusion Tolerant Software Modeling
Journal of the Korea Society for Simulation, volume 13, issue 1, 2004, Pages 51~63
Current distributed systems are attacked from the outside as well as in which new intrusions are occurred. In particular there is a growing but largely unnoticed intrusion threat due to the emerging middleware technologies such as CORBA, WAP, XML support, and enterprise application integrators. In order to cope with these attacks, intrusion tolerance technology is introduced. Intrusion tolerance technology means that it can provide services normally although attacks are occurred into system. There are intrusion tolerance architectures such as ITUA, HACQIT, SITAR, and so on as a part of DARPA project. In this paper, we analyze and discuss existing intrusion tolerance architectures with respect to intrusion tolerance technology. Also, we extract intrusion tolerant requirements, which are required to develop ,intrusion tolerant system. We propose UML-IT(Intrusion Tolerance) profiles and specify intrusion tolerant software by applying UML-IT profiles.