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Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications
This paper presents a conceptually simple approach on adjusting the time step size in a stochastic discrete time agent-based simulation and demonstrates how this could be done in practical implementation. The choice of time step size in such a system is often based on the nature of the phenomenon to be modelled and the tolerated simulation time. A finer time scale may be desired upon the introduction of new events which could possibly change the system state in smaller time intervals. Ourdoi:10.5220/0004056000420048 fatcat:3i6jpznj3regnkllb3hcvyl62m