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Business & Management - Operations Research & Decision Theory | Foundations and Methods of Stochastic Simulation (Reviews)

Foundations and Methods of Stochastic Simulation

A First Course

Nelson, Barry

2013, XIV, 276 p. 53 illus., 11 illus. in color.

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From the reviews:

“The intended audience is graduate and advanced undergraduate students. … The book is clearly written, using a fairly terse style that may please instructors more than students. … its greatest strength is the attention it gives to the modeling process. … can be recommended as a supplement to any simulation course.” (Robert W. Hayden, MAA Reviews, March, 2014)

“The present book consists of 276 pages organised in 9 Chapters. … recommended for MSc, PhD students.” (János Sztrik, zbMATH, Vol. 1266, 2013)



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