Parameters of the Risk
The top part of the Risk Analysis experiment view contains
the following control elements:
Below the toolbar you can find a set of the experiment's parameters:
- Run. Click to
launch the experiment.
- Stop (active
only if the experiment is launched or paused) Click to stop the
parameters can be reset
their default values if required.
- Experiment duration -
the period of time that will be processed by the experiment.
- All periods
- [this option is set by default]
Experiment will consider all periods specified in the Periods
table. The actual experiment duration is specified below the parameter
as Start date and End date:
date of the experiment corresponds to the date specified in the Start
column of the first period (in the Periods
table), and the ending date
corresponds to the date specified in the End
column of the last period (in the Periods
- Selected periods
- experiment will consider only the periods that you specify in the Start period and End
- Start period
- [visible if Selected periods
option is selected] specify the period, the starting date of which will
be used as the starting date of the experiment.
- End period
- [visible if Selected periods
option is selected] specify the period, the ending date of which will
be used as the ending date of the experiment.
The experiment duration will constitute the whole period between the
starting date of the period specified in the Start
period field and the ending date of the period specified
in the End period field.
- Custom period
- allows you to set custom experiment duration period. For
specifying dates, refer to the date
- Start date
- specify the required experiment starting date.
- End date
- specify the required experiment ending date.
- Number of replications
- defines the number of replications
to use during the experiment run.
- Number of threads
- the number of tasks that can be run in parallel.
- Target service level
- select the type of service level statistics to assess the
risks for: Service Level by Products,
Service Level by Orders,
Service Level by Revenue,
ELT Service Level by Products,
ELT Service Level by Orders,
ELT Service Level by Revenue.
- Failure service level, % - the lower level of
the acceptable service level. Once the service level drops below the Failure service level, it will
become unacceptable (to become acceptable it must reach the
specified Recovery service level).
- Recovery service
level, % - the
level at which the service
level becomes acceptable again.:
- Finances statistics unit
- the monetary unit that will be used in the
- Product statistics unit
- the product measurement unit (also includes
units defined in the Measurement
Units table) that will be used in the
- Time statistics unit
- the time measurement unit that will be used in the
- Distance statistics unit
- the distance measurement unit that will be used in the
- Configure statistics
- opens the dialog box allowing you to
specify the statistics to be collected
during the Simulation
- custom user-defined Java processor. If no custom
pre-processor is provided, the Default
pre-processor will be used.
- custom user-defined Java processor. If no
custom post-processor is provided, the Default post-processor
will be used.
Running the Risk analysis
the Risk analysis experiment