ISYE 4290 - Discrete Event Simulation Modeling and Analysis
Introduction to discrete-event simulation modeling and analysis techniques including; graphical simulation modeling approaches, animation techniques, modeling large-scale and complex systems, pseudo-random number and random variate generation, stochastic processes, input modeling (data collection, analysis, and fitting distribution), output analysis (initial bias and termination bias, variance reduction techniques), sensitivity analysis, design of experiments, interactive simulation-based decision-support systems.
Prerequisites/Corequisites: Prerequisites: ISYE 4140 or equivalent and CSCI 1100 or CSCI 1010 or permission of instructor.
When Offered: Spring term annually.
Credit Hours: 4
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