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Strengthening the reporting of empirical simulation studies: Introducing the STRESS guidelines

Reporting guideline provided for?
(i.e. exactly what the authors state in the paper)
Reporting of discrete-event simulation, system dynamics and agent-based simulation models within the field of Operational Research and Management Science.
Full bibliographic reference Monks T, Currie CSM, Onggo BS, Robinson S, Kunc M, Taylor SJE. Strengthening the reporting of empirical simulation studies: Introducing the STRESS guidelines. J Simulation. 2018.
Language English
Relevant URLs
(full-text if available)
The full-text of the STRESS guideline is freely available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/17477778.2018.1442155
Reporting guideline acronym STRESS
Applies to the whole report or to individual sections of the report? Whole report
Additional information Three 20-item reporting checklists have been developed to stengthen the reporting of empirical simulation studies:

Discrete-event simulation guidelines STRESS-DES

Agent-based simulation guidelines STRESS-ABS

System dynamics guidelines STRESS-SD

 
Record last updated on May 23, 2018

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