IE58000 - Systems SimulationFall 2018
Days/Time: TBA / TBA
Credit Hours: 3
After taking the course, students should be able to construct simulation model and conduct appropriate analysis to solve real-world problems.
The course should be considered as an introductory course to various simulation modeling techniques and analysis methods (see below). The emphasis will be on application. Three-Four projects will be assigned.
Spreadsheet simulation, Arena, Agent-based simulation (if time allows). Variation reduction technique. Experimental design. Input modeling, Output analysis.
Undergraduate stochastic process and statistic courses are required (IE 336 and 330 or their equivalent, no exception will be made). The student also needs to have basic programming skills and experience (for example, Matlab).
A link to current course website, syllabus, grades, lecture notes, homework assignments, solutions, and a message board.
Approximately 5 to 10 homework assignments. To be submitted via Blackboard.
Required. Details to be announced in class.
Two midterm exams.
Required - "Simulation with Arena", 5th ed. by W. David Kelton, Randall P. Sadaowski, Nancy Swets. For software of contents of book: http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073376280.
References: Simulation Modeling and Analysis (IE and Mgmt Science Series) by Averill Law, W. David Kelton, ISBN: 0071255192 (McGraw Hill); Discrete-Event System Simulation by Jerry Banks, John Carson, Barry Nelson, David Nicol, ISBN: 0136062121 (Prentice Hall)
ProEd minimum computer requirements; Simulation software (Arena, @Risk)
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need specialized software be installed. Will update later.