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Speed issues in a large, complex model

FlexSim 16.2.0
process flowmodel speedmodel optimizationlarge modelmassive models
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Pedro_Veiga avatar image Pedro_Veiga commented ·
Hi @Phil BoBo ,


About what you said of CPU utilization, there is any possibility of utilizing more cores from the computer processor? I also have a complex model to run for a long period of time and I'd like to do it faster.

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You can take advantage of multiple cores when running experiments with each replication using its own core.

Have you profiled your model for performance to see where it might be improved?

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Pedro_Veiga avatar image Pedro_Veiga Jason Lightfoot ♦ commented ·
Hi Jason, thanks for your instructions, I've been reading this article that explains to me how to speed up the simulation of a single scenario model.
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