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Proceedings of the 28th conference on Winter simulation - WSC '96
High-speed processing lines are fundamental to the manufacturing processes of several industries, including food and beverage, consumer products, and pharmaceuticals. A high-speed process is defined here as a process where the volume and rate of jobs is such that discrete modeling and analysis cannot be done effectively. Traditionally, simulation analysis of high-speed processing lines has required a series of aggregations and simplifying assumptions to address the large volumes encountered.doi:10.1145/256562.256706 fatcat:dbxpuf43fnak5fns27ssobgmve