Introduction to Discrete Event Simulation and Agent-based Modeling
Voting Systems, Health Care, Military, and Manufacturing
Allen, Theodore T.
2011, XII, 215 p.
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“The unique feature of Introduction to Discrete Event Simulation and Agent-based Modeling: Voting Systems, Health Care, Military, and Manufacturing is its use of a consistent case study (i.e., voting system) in all chapters, an approach that should help students learn how to conduct a full simulation modelling project. … I have recommended it to students of an undergraduate- and a graduate-level introductory course in computer simulation. … In summary, this text will be suitable for anybody who is seeking a concise introduction to computer simulation.” (Stephan Onggo, Interfaces, Vol. 42 (3), May-June, 2012)