CS 3350: Modeling and Simulation
The background justification, definitions, and uses of modeling and simulation are detailed. Topics range from system conceptualization, purposeful representation, and modeling to implementation, validation, and processing of the simulation model. Primary attention is paid to dynamic discrete systems, although continuous systems are also covered. Examples are drawn from a variety of application fields. Methodological approaches are emphasized. Students are required to implement and test a substantial simulation model.
CS 1520, STAT 1152 or consent of instructor.