When the word simulation is used by computer experts, organizers, managers or statisticians, simulation usually means the process of building abstract models for some real-world systems or subsystems and performing a number of experiments on them. Modeling is a process that establishes connections between a real system and a model, while simulation is a process that establishes connections between a model and a computer. The simulation process takes the model created in the modeling process, enters the necessary inputs, creates a simulation model for the software program we use and experiments on it. Today, highly sophisticated software is used in the process of planning, optimization and expertise in traffic. The paper gives an overview of the most important software in the field of transport and logistics that are in use today.
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