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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
COURSE SYLLABUS
(Use 15 weeks as a standard semester)
Number and Title of Course: IEE 475/545 Simulating Stochastic Systems
45
Hours: Lecture 45
Lab
Total
Prerequisites: ASE 485, IEE 476 or 546, IEE 205
Credits
3
Catalog description of course (concise statement of purpose or design):
Analysis of stochastic systems using basic queueing networks and discrete event simulation.
Applications include basic network modeling, shared resources, and routing and assembly logic.
Students learn how to conduct a sound simulation study.
Reference Textbook(s):
Discrete-Event System Simulation, Banks, Carson, and Nelson, (1996), Prentice-Hall
Optional Textbook(s) and Reference(s):
S1: Introduction to Simulation and SLAM II, Pritsker, (1995), Wiley
Course Outline by Major Topics and
Approximate Classroom Hours Assigned to Each:
Introduction to Modeling & Simulation
Basic Queueing
Introduction to Queueing Networks
Relationship of Queueing to Simulation
Simulation Process & World Views
Random Numbers, Random Variate Generation
Input Modeling
Basic Network Modeling
Modeling Shared Resources
Modeling Logic & Decisions
Verification & Validation
Output Analysis for a Single Model
Output Analysis for Comparison of Systems
Simulation Languages
Exams, Projects, Presentations, Case Studies
Instructor Selected Topics
TOTAL HOURS
Hours (50min.)
Hours
Chapt.
1
1
2
7.1-7.6
2
7.7
1
Handouts
1
1.10,2,3
2
8,9
2
10
4
S1 5
4
S1 6
4
S1 7
1
11
3
12
2
13
1
4
6
9
45
Evaluation (how grade is determined):
Instructor Determined.
Course
Coordinators:
Cochran, Fowler, Mackulak
Date:
June 98