This course covers the methodology and techniques in systems modeling and the design of computer simulation models. At the end of the course, the students should be able to carry out a study of a system using computer simulation. Topics includes: ways to study a system; modeling and simulation lifecycle; principles of discrete-event modeling and simulation; input data modeling, model development and programming; model verification and validation; model output analysis, design of simulation experiments; comparison and evaluation of system design alternatives; applications of simulation in computer science and engineering.
Prerequisite: CS1102 and (ST1232 or ST2131 or ST2334)
Assoc. Professor Teo Yong Meng
Room: S14, Level 6, #06-12
E-mail: teoym AT comp.nus.edu.sg
Workload : lecture (2), tutorial (1), assignment/proj (4), preparatory work (3)
Modular Credits : 4
Lecture : Wed, 10-12noon, COM1, Room 204 (SR2)
Tutorial : Wed, 9-10am, COM1, Room 204 (SR2)
Examination : 3 December 2007, morning (to be confirmed)
- continuous assessment - 60%
[tutorial(10%), test(20%), assignment/project(30%)]
- final examination - 40%
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