Modeling and simulation : the computer science of illusion /

"Modeling and Simulation: The Computer Science of Illusion outlines the considerable and promising research that is being conducted to counter the problems of uncertainty surrounding the methods used to approach these new applications. It aims to stimulate the reader into seeking out new tools...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Raczynski, Stanislaw.
Format: eBook
Published: Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley : Research Studies Press, [2006]
Series:RSP series in computer simulation and modeling.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Ch. 1. Basic concepts and tools
  • Ch. 2. Continuous simulation
  • Ch. 3. Discrete and combined simulation
  • example of PASION implementation
  • Ch. 4. Differential inclusions in modeling and simulation
  • Ch. 5. Fluid dynamics
  • simulating oscillating gas flow
  • Ch. 6. Simulating phenomena of general relativity
  • Ch. 7. Interactions between hostile hierarchical structures : simulation of the struggle between terrorist and anti-terrorist organizations
  • Ch. 8. On a metric structure in the space of dynamic system models
  • Ch. 9. Simulation optimization : a case study of a parallel optimization algorithm.