Basic treatment of fundamental concepts of discrete event simulation. Appropriate as Jr./Sr. level introductory simulation text in Engineering, Management, Computer Science; a second course in simulation and an introduction to stochastic models. Features many examples, figures and tables.
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Book Description Prentice Hall International, London, UK, 1996. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 2nd International Edition, First Printin. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Softcover/VG; light edge wear, faint creasings to upper front edge, and push to lower front edge w/echoed creasings to first two pages. This Revised 2nd Edition carries an extra chapter. Text in 4 parts: PART I, Introduction to Discrete-Event System Simulation: Chapter 1, Introduction to Simulation; 2, Simulation Examples; 3, General Principles; 4, Programming Languages; and 5, Simulation of Manufacturing & Material Handling Systems. PART II, Mathematical & Statistical Models: 6, Statistical Models in Simulation; and 7, Queueing Models. PART III, Random Numbers: 8, Random-Number Generation; and 9, Random Variate Generation. PART IV: Analysis of Simulation Data: 10, Input Modeling; 11, Verification & Validation of Simulation Models; 12, Output Analysis for a Single Model; and, 13 (new to this 2nd Edition) Comparison & Evaluation of Alternative System Designs. 548 (+ xii) pages, with tables, figures, Appendix, and Index. International Edition. Bookseller Inventory # 06f0876