Models and Languages of Simulation |
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Teaching Staff in Charge |
Prof. FRENTIU Militon, Ph.D., mfrentiucs.ubbcluj.ro |
Aims |
To assimilate the Simulation as a method of studying the real phenomenon. To gain skils related to problem solving through simulation. |
Content |
1. Simulation concept and problems.
2. Random Numbers. 3. Simulation Models. Discrete-event Simulation and continuous simulation. 4. Verification and Validation of simulation models. 5. Sample applications 6. Queueing theory models. 7. Simulation Languages. HSL |
References |
1. ARSHAM H., Systems Simulation: The Shortest Path from Learningto Applications, http://www.ubmail.ubalt.edu/~harsham/simulation/sim.htm
2. BALCI, O., Validation, Verification, and Testing Techniques throught the Life Cycle of a Simulation Study, Annals of Operations Research, 1994, no.12, pp.1-49 3. BLAGA P., Statistica prin MATLAB, Presa Universitara Clujeana, 2002. 4. DODESCU Gh., Simularea sistemelor, Ed.Militara, Bucuresti 5. RACEANU, E., Limbaje de simulare, Ed.Militara, Bucuresti, 1981 6. SANDERSON D.P., R.SHARMA, R.ROZIN, and S.TREU, The Hierarchical Simulation Language HSL: A Versatile Tool for Process-Oriented Simulation, ACM Trans.on Modeling and Computer Simulation, Vol.1, no.2, 1991, pp.113-153 7. STATE, L., J.POPESCU, Modele probabiliste in Inteligenta Artificiala, Litog. Univ. Bucuresti, 1979. 8. VADUVA I., Modele de simulare cu calculatorul, Ed. Tehnica, Bucuresti 1977. |
Assessment |
Knowledge evaluation will take into account both the theoretical and the practical knowledge, and also, of the abilities to use the computer for solving concrete problems. In this direction, the laboratory activity during the semester will also be considered (marked by L). Also a written examination will bring a mark E. The final mark is F=(L+E)/2. |
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