Timothy Anderson, Wayne Wakeland
Traditionally, trial-and-error techniques were primary selected by decision makers for answering questions which they don't have concrete evident and don't know accuracy overcomes. However, simulation techniques have been created to answer those unknown circumstances and avoid time-consuming since today we are on time-base competition. Simulation techniques have been not only used in large scale applications such as operation system in manufacturing plant but it also applied to small scale application such as find each teller efficiency in bank. Our project related to improving efficiency in Men's locker room. We will simulate work environment in locker room by using Pro-model program. After passing model verification and validation process, our model might display and explain virtual work environment in locker room which lock room manager can use our model as one of decision supported tools for better locker room improvement
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Panomtham, Surachet and Buranawit, Dulyapun, "Peter Stott Center Men’s Locker Room Simulation" (2003). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1538.
This project is only available to students, staff, and faculty of Portland State University