TSIS Output Processor
The TSIS Output Processor enables the user to automatically compute selected statistics and summary data during multiple runs of CORSIM. The collected data is written to an Excel workbook, a comma-separated file, an XML-tagged file, or a tab-separated text file. The Output Processor can also compute 95th percentile confidence intervals, and can recommend sample sizes (i.e., the number of simulation runs that should be performed with varying random number seeds) for achieving desired accuracy. The Output Processor has been redesigned for TSIS 6 to efficiently summarize any model result generated by CORSIM. Cumulative MOEs may be obtained from the start of simulation, or just for the current time interval, or just for the current time period, or any combination of those three.