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This webinar showcases the enhanced BPSim capability in Enterprise Architect 14. We'll step through a sample simulation, and show you how to control simulation parameters, such as execution speed, and review token activity.

A convenient, dockable view dedicated to BPSim makes it easier than ever to monitor and log simulation parameters. The cumulative impact of these changes significantly improves your business process analysis!

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Session 1

Melbourne Wed 10 Jan 08:00 am
New York Tue 09 Jan 16:00 pm
Los Angeles Tue 09 Jan 13:00 pm
London Tue 09 Jan 21:00 pm
Auckland Wed 10 Jan 10:00 am

Session 2


Scott HebbardCommunications Manager
Sparx Systems

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Questions & Answers


We are planning to release Enterprise Architect version 14 late in the first quarter of 2018. There will be a beta release prior to the official release of Enterprise Architect 14.

Yes. Many staff at Sparx Systems use Enterprise Architect on Linux Mint on a daily basis. Please review our comprehensive webinar that outlines how to install Enterprise Architect in non-Windows Environments.

Please refer to the Installing Enterprise Architect inside Wine or CrossOver FAQ for more information.


Yes. A number of different distribution types for parameters are provided to generate random values for a given parameter. On the Distribution tab, you can apply a statistical sampling method to obtain the parameter value; for each type of distribution available, the appropriate fields display for you to enter the parameters of the distribution. All distributions require you to identify the unit of expression.

For more information, see the help topic on Using the Parameter Value Dialog.

When you add a new Parameter, such as ProcessingTime, simply select the Distribution Tab shown in Figure below. A number of different statistical distributions are available. Simply enter the desired values and press OK.

For example, when calculating a task's ProcessingTime, rather than set it for 10 minutes, set it for TruncatedNormalDistribution with the following settings: TimeUnit="minutes", mean="10", standardDeviation="1", min="5" and max="20".

See the diagram below for more details:

A report is automatically generated after the execution of a BPSim simulation. Each report is paired with a BPSim configuration artifact.

E.g. Artifact1 will generate Artifact1_Report, whereas Artifact2 will generate Artifact2_Report.

The BPSim examples can be found in the EA Example Model under the Model Simulation Package, followed by BPSim Models package.

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