# Discrete event simulation modeling examples

The product which offers new programming approach can be evaluated by how easy user with no experience of this approach can make the first step. A traditional example of the easiest code for conventional programming languages is the output of "Hello, world!" to the screen. However, the simulation code has to be represented by a model. Thus, the simplest appropriate model should be chosen.

## Simple simulation example "Hello, world!"

Such suitable model is a classical single server loss system with arrival Poisson process and exponentially distributed service time. According to Kendall's notation this is a

**M/M/1** system.

Take a look for the block simulation model of

M/M/1 loss system.

## Queueing theory simulation examples

There are simulation modeling examples of classical queueing theory systems.

M/M/1 queue system simulation example.

M/M/C queue system simulation example.

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examples built with OpenSIMPLY. No installation is required.

The OpenSIMPLY tutorial will help you quickly get started. The tutorial contains practical examples with detailed descriptions.

The project documentation is available in different formats and compatible with any IDE.

Discrete event simulation software OpenSIMPLY is free and open source.

Free download. Free use.

**Try it.**