For the students of Engineering & Mathematics
The objective of this book is to cover both theoretical and application aspects of mathematical modelling of existing or new basic systems to demonstrate the concepts of modelling, approach and use of simulation techniques and their relationships to the real-world systems.
This book presents the concepts of computer modelling and simulation to various natural, man-made, social and engineering systems. It is also useful to provide experience of modelling and simulation specifically suited to engineering systems to show how it can help in the analysis, design, performance evaluation, operational behaviour and assessment of performance and efficiency with respect to specific goals. It is easily accessible to people, who do not previously have a background in modelling and simulation. The book contains many examples of models in different application domains. The prime purpose of this book remains to provide material for a one-semester course introducing students to the topic and techniques of system simulation.
Chapter 1: Introduction To System Modelling And Simulation 1 – 18 Exercise-1-16 Chapter 2: Concepts Of System Modelling 19 – 46 Exercise-2-46 Chapter 3: Probability And Random Number Generation 47 – 78 Exercise-3-76 Chapter 4: Queueing Systems And Discrete System Simulation 79 – 97 Exercise-4-96 Chapter 5: Real-World Application Of Simulation 98 – 116 Exercise-5 114 Appendix 117 – 123 Index 124 – 126
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