The goal of this course is to develop understanding of the various modeling paradigms appropriate for capturing system behavior and conducting digital computer simulation of many types of systems. The techniques and concepts discussed typically include UML, concept graphs, Bayesian nets, Markov models, Petri nets, system dynamics, Bond graphs, etc. Students will report on a particular technique and team to implement a chosen system model. (cross-listed with MSIM 510) Prerequisites: MSIM 205 or equivalent. Pre- or corequisite: MSIM 320 or equivalent.
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Linda Vahala • Ph: 757-683-4968 • firstname.lastname@example.org