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 Title      : MSCS-516B Simulation and Modeling Subject      : Computer Science copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University Author      : KSOU Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University Chapters/Pages      : 8/81 Total Price      : Rs.      : 55 To Purchase, select the individual chapter(s) or click "Select all" for the complete book. Please scroll down to view chapter(s).
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Simulation is process of imitating how the real world process or a system operates over time. This can be done either on a computing system or manually which involves the generation of an artificial history of any system and its observations, to infer the characteristics of a real system. To simulate is to copy the behavior of a system or phenomenon under study. Over time, the system's behavior is ......
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For modeling a system, it is required to understand concepts such as system and its boundary. The term system is used in such a wide variety of ways that it is difficult to produce a definition broad enough to cover the many uses and at the same time, concise enough to serve a useful purpose. We purpose a simple definition of a system to start with and extend it to include some terms that are ofte ......
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In this unit we elaborate on the term model, discuss various types of models. In unit 2 a brief description of models may be found. Here we stress on the two important models 'stochastic / deterministic' and on 'discrete / continuous'. Later we mention sequence of steps in a simulation study and formally make a flow chart.
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In this unit details of hand simulation of several simulation' problems are given. These examples provide insight into the methodology of discrete system simulation and some of the accompanying analysis. The examples are so chosen that some models are continuous and some are discrete. You will realize that continuous simulations are simpler to understand and program as compared to discrete systems ......
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The concept of a system and a model of a system were briefly explained in the previous module. This unit deals with dynamic and stochastic systems (wherein the state changes over time and there is randomness in occurrences of events). The state changes in such systems are discrete and abrupt. In this unit we expand on the fundamental concepts necessary to successfully conduct discrete event simula ......
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The mechanism of advancing simulation time and guaranteeing that all events occur in correct chronological order is based on the future event list (FEL): This list contains all event notices for events that have been scheduled to occur at a' future time. Scheduling a future event means that at the instant an activity begins, its duration is computed or drawn as a sample from a statistical distribu ......
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In this unit, we try to discuss the different world views that the modeler can adopt while developing a simulation model for a specific system. When using a simulation package or even when doing a manual simulation, a modeler adopts a world view or orientation for developing a model. Those most prevalent are the event-scheduling world view as discussed earlier, the process interaction world view, ......
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In this unit,we present a formal procedure for queue simulation and demonstrate the concepts using an example. In the section that follows, a description of some interesting statistics may be found.
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