Verification is the process by which one can ensure that a model is performing as expected or intended. The process of verification is a challenging one for the project concerned as this project is attempting to simulate a system that does not exist. The foundation of any verification and validation would be based on the data that was made available by a typical emergency room. In an effort to verify the model, we have tested the model, by changing the number of resources and creating some records to experiment with the logic. The model is verified, as it is free from error and totally debugged. We ran the model for ten replications and studied the calculations closely to verify their correctness.
Validation is the process by which one can ensure that the system in question performs like the real system. We have tried our best to make our model as close as possible to the real operations that happen in a typical emergency room. We have first chosen appropriate data for patients' arrivals to fit the real emergency room. We then chose reasonable number for doctors, nurses, and the clerks on the front desk. Overall, we simulate the model to mimic the fact.