A Practical PerspectiveBy
- Roger McHaney
This is a practical perspective on simulation aimed at working scientists and engineers. Amply illustrated, the book provides many examples with computer coding. New topics, such as animation, concept modeling, and logic transfer are covered in detail.
Scientists, engineers, technical managers, software engineers, systems engineers, and programmers.
Hardbound, 314 Pages
Published: August 1991
Imprint: Academic Press
- Simulation Overview. Evolution of Modern Computer Simulation. Simulation in the Real World. Six Symptoms of a Sick Simulation. The Professional Simulation Analyst. Building a Simulation the Right Way. Learning a Simulation Language. Simple Queuing Systems. Advanced Topics. Applying the Process: Parts I and II. Index.