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  • Among the most valuable uses of simulation models is making predictions of how a real-world situation will develop either on its own or if interventions are carried out. Decision makers are often confronted with developing situations for which being able to predict the outcome with a sufficient degree of likelihood would be extremely useful, such as forecasting the development and course of a disease or predicting the course of an economy. ()
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  • Running the System: Prediction and Intervention ()
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