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CSC625 Discrete Event Simulation

[3–0, 3 cr.]

This course covers the model construction and simulation applied to problems taken from such diverse fields as economics, social science, communication networks and computer systems. It includes programming in simulation languages such as SIMSCRIPT, SIMULA or GPSS. Students will be able to analyze a problem, and determine whether simulation techniques could be used to solve it. Students are also required to develop a viable model of the system program, and to execute a computer simulation of the model, and finally analyze the results of the simulation.

Note: This course has been unavailable since 2016–2017.