IV1200 System Modelling and Simulation 7.5 credits
Systemmodellering och simulering
This course is dormant.
The overall aim of the course is to provide an understanding of methods, techniques and tools for modeling, simulation and performance analysis of complex systems such as communication and computer networks.
Educational levelFirst cycle
Academic level (A-D)C
Subject areaInformation Technology
Grade scaleA, B, C, D, E, FX, F
At present this course is not scheduled to be offered.
This understanding means that after the course you should be able to
1.- Define basic concepts in modeling and simulation (M&S)
2. Classify various simulation models and give practical examples for each category
3. Construct a model for a given set of data and motivate its validity
4. Generate and test random number variates and apply them to develop simulation models
5. Analyze output data produced by a model and test validity of the model
6. Explain parallel and distributed simulation methods
Course main content
-basic concepts in discrete event simulation (DES)
- classification of simulation models
- design of discrete-Event Simulation (DES)
- random number generation
- Input data modeling
- verification and validation of simulation models
- output data analysis
- introduction to parallel and distributed simulation
- introduction to design of experiments
- A Programming course as ID1004 Objectoriented Programming 7.5 hp or an equivalent course
- SF1901 Probability Theory and Statistics 6 hp or an equivalent course
- Introductory course in Computer Science
- Introductory course in mathematical statistics
- Good knowledge in some programming language (C, C++, or Java)
Discrete-Event System Simulation , Jerry Banks, John S. Carson II, Barry L. Nelson and David M. Nicol
Upplaga: 5th Edition Förlag: Pearson Education, Inc År: 2010
- Simulation Modeling and Analysis (3rd Edition). Averill M. Law, W. David Kelton, McGraw-Hill 2000
- Discrete-Event Simulation, A First Course. Larry H Leemis, Stephen K. Park, published by Prentice Hall 2006
- Simulation With Arena, (4th Edition). David Kelton, Randall P. Sadowski, and David T. Sturrock , McGraw-Hill 2007
- LAB1 - Laboratory Work, 3.0 credits, grade scale: P, F
- TEN1 - Examination, 4.5 credits, grade scale: A, B, C, D, E, FX, F
Requirements for final grade
The course consists of a theoretical and a practical part.
The theoretical part gives 4.5 credits and is assessed by a written exam, with grades A-F. You must fulfill objectives 1 -4 above to get a pass grade. In addition, for higher grades you must fulfill objectives 5 and 6.
The practical part gives 3 credits. This part consists of two project assignments. The grade for this part is pass or fail.
ICT/Software and Computer system
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Course plan valid from:
Examination information valid from: Autumn 07.