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|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.|
(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|
|Diagnostic / prognostic studies||STARD||TRIPOD|
|Quality improvement studies||SQUIRE|
|Animal pre-clinical studies||ARRIVE|
|Clinical practice guidelines||AGREE||RIGHT|
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