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It is ideal for graduate and PhD students and working engineers interested in posing and solving problems using the tools of logico-mathematical modeling and computer simulation. Continuing its emphasis on the integration of discrete event and continuous modeling approaches, the work focuses light on DEVS and its potential to support the co-existence and interoperation of multiple formalisms in model components. New sections in this updated edition include discussions on important new extensions to theory, including chapter-length coverage of iterative system specification and DEVS and their fundamental importance, closure under coupling for iteratively specified systems, existence, uniqueness, non-deterministic conditions, and temporal progressiveness legitimacy. Undergraduate students and graduate students, especially PhD students, researchers, and all workers in computational-based fields benefiting from modeling and simulation, both traditional and non-traditional.
In the twenty-first century, computer simulations have become ubiquitous. It is hard to think of any sciences, from the natural to the social, to the life sciences and the humanities, that have not developed, in one way or another, methodologies involving computational tools and, in particular, computer simulations. However, what are computer simulations? Research has been devoted to the many questions raised by computer simulations, be they epistemological, political, social or economic. This special issue collects four historical case studies that focus on exemplary instances of what are today regarded as computer simulations: mathematical problem-solving with the ENIAC computer Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer in the s; the introduction of Monte Carlo simulations in particle physics of the s; the development of the Paris-Durham shock model in astrophysics from the s to today; and the history of digital modeling in design and architecture in the s and s.
Computer simulation is the process of mathematical modelling , performed on a computer , which is designed to predict the behaviour of or the outcome of a real-world or physical system. Since they allow to check the reliability of chosen mathematical models, computer simulations have become a useful tool for the mathematical modeling of many natural systems in physics computational physics , astrophysics , climatology , chemistry , biology and manufacturing , as well as human systems in economics , psychology , social science , health care and engineering. Simulation of a system is represented as the running of the system's model. It can be used to explore and gain new insights into new technology and to estimate the performance of systems too complex for analytical solutions. Computer simulations are realized by running computer programs that can be either small, running almost instantly on small devices, or large-scale programs that run for hours or days on network-based groups of computers. The scale of events being simulated by computer simulations has far exceeded anything possible or perhaps even imaginable using traditional paper-and-pencil mathematical modeling. In , a desert-battle simulation of one force invading another involved the modeling of 66, tanks, trucks and other vehicles on simulated terrain around Kuwait , using multiple supercomputers in the DoD High Performance Computer Modernization Program.
The following documents include tutorials with step-by-step instructions for using a previous version of the STELLA software. Although the documents have not been updated to reflect the functionality in newer versions of STELLA, the basic ideas presented are still relevant. These images are courtesy of isee systems and Ventana Systems, Inc. Forrester, Jay. Principles of Systems.
This material has 23 associated documents. Select a document title to view a document's information. This file is included in the full-text index. This file has previous versions. The importance of computers in physics and the nature of computer simulation is discussed. The nature of object-oriented programming and various computer languages also is considered. We introduce some of the core syntax of Java in the context of simulating the motion of falling particles near the Earth's surface.
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This site features information about discrete event system modeling and simulation. It includes discussions on descriptive simulation modeling, programming commands, techniques for sensitivity estimation, optimization and goal-seeking by simulation, and what-if analysis.
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