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Object Oriented Simulation

A Modeling and Programming Perspective

Garrido, José M.

2009

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From the reviews:

"‘The primary goal of this book is to introduce students to the basic principles of object-oriented modeling, design and implementation of simulation models.’ In this, the book is successful. … I enjoyed the fact that it adopted a programming language stance. … the book does deserve to be considered for teaching modeling and programming of discrete-event-based simulations." (Alexandre Bergel, ACM Computing Reviews, September, 2009)

“The book takes an ‘objects early’ approach; it presents the object-oriented principles from the beginning, and provides the reader with a strong foundation of objects and classes. … aimed at college students in computer science, mathematics, science, engineering, and management science.” (Klaus Dohmen, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1181, 2010)

 

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