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Undergraduate Class’ Beer Game 2013

Another year another beer game for Undergraduate Systems Modeling Class 2013. This is probably the largest beer game participants that ever conducted by SEMS Lab, with near 100 participants using a total of 9 boards.

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Queuing Minor Project of Systems Modeling 2012 Class

Today we haveĀ  the final presentation of queueing modeling using our discrete event modeling software ProModel from the Systems Modeling Class. With the new curriculum, the class would have a minor project replacing the major project in this class. The major project will be conducted at the Industrial Simulation Class next semester, with more complex projects scope. Mr Harry goes through the presentation of each groups, which models different queueing systems from bank teller, main gate of the university, supermarket and other service systems.

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Greater Jakarta Commuter Line Modeling Project 2012

This year, as part of the modeling project major assignment of system modeling class, the class decided to raise the topic that are close to their daily activities, the Greater Jakarta Commuter Line. Universitas Indonesia has a dedicated intercity rail station of a train line that spans from Central Jakarta to the Bogor City in the south area , nickname “KA Jabotabek”, KA is an acronym for “Kereta Api” or Trains. It is targeted that in 2014, there will be 1.2 million passengers carried by this line

The model are complex and challenging with so many obstacles since they started building the model 2 months ago. However, they have successfully completed their model, and today they will be presenting their models in the SEMS Lab’s Simulation Gaming Area. Each groups will be presenting a specific problems that they want to solve based on the generic model they vuild, from maintenance scheduling, passenger queue, resource scheduling, train schedule, electrical supply and many other.

Therefore, congratulations to Class of 2009 on they achievement on developing a very complex discrete event model.


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