Accurate and computer efficient modelling of - LaPSI

... the pulse may propagate through subsequent circuit stages and change the results of a computation. Hence, pulse amplitude and duration are key parameters for the evaluation of circuit sensitivity to soft errors. The sensitive sites are the surroundings of the reversebiased drain junctions of a trans ...

... the pulse may propagate through subsequent circuit stages and change the results of a computation. Hence, pulse amplitude and duration are key parameters for the evaluation of circuit sensitivity to soft errors. The sensitive sites are the surroundings of the reversebiased drain junctions of a trans ...

Simulation - McGraw Hill Higher Education

... Simulation may be less accurate than mathematical analysis because it is randomly based A significant amount of computer time may be needed to run complex models The technique of simulation still lacks a ...

... Simulation may be less accurate than mathematical analysis because it is randomly based A significant amount of computer time may be needed to run complex models The technique of simulation still lacks a ...

Proceedings 1998 International Conference on Web

... For clients running in clients platform (autonomous, Web sessions or intranets sessions). Model users manual. Error consulting service offered for recovery or model adjustment. c1) Dedicated Tools: The Model OrientedDesign Editor (MODE) This is the main tool for the consulting dialog. It is an inter ...

... For clients running in clients platform (autonomous, Web sessions or intranets sessions). Model users manual. Error consulting service offered for recovery or model adjustment. c1) Dedicated Tools: The Model OrientedDesign Editor (MODE) This is the main tool for the consulting dialog. It is an inter ...

Monte Carlo

... drive-in facility. We study arrival patterns, service times etc., and simulate the operation with one drive-in window, with two and may be with three drive-in windows. Obviously three windows will be most satisfactory from the customer point of view. But then we take into account the cost (initial a ...

... drive-in facility. We study arrival patterns, service times etc., and simulate the operation with one drive-in window, with two and may be with three drive-in windows. Obviously three windows will be most satisfactory from the customer point of view. But then we take into account the cost (initial a ...

Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Overview For several decades, the study

... development of computer hardware and software. Also, there have been significant advances in numerical methods for modeling of multibody systems. A principal application of multibody systems analysis is the simulation of the dynamics of the human body. Currently there are at least ten distinct gross ...

... development of computer hardware and software. Also, there have been significant advances in numerical methods for modeling of multibody systems. A principal application of multibody systems analysis is the simulation of the dynamics of the human body. Currently there are at least ten distinct gross ...

VI. CASPOC-SRD: new possibilities in

... VI. CASPOC-SRD: new possibilities in simulation of SR drives The novel software called CASPOC-SRD is a standalone application built on the basis of standard CASPOC software. Inside a simulation project, a prototype design of a SR machine is embedded. In the SRD design tool the SR machine is prototyp ...

... VI. CASPOC-SRD: new possibilities in simulation of SR drives The novel software called CASPOC-SRD is a standalone application built on the basis of standard CASPOC software. Inside a simulation project, a prototype design of a SR machine is embedded. In the SRD design tool the SR machine is prototyp ...

The Expressive Power of DL-Lite

... the 2-variable fragment of Fo and is therefore decidable [2,9,1]. However, its expressive power is still not known completely. DLs model domains in terms of concepts (representing classes of objects), and binary relations known as roles (representing relations and attributes of objects) [1], all of ...

... the 2-variable fragment of Fo and is therefore decidable [2,9,1]. However, its expressive power is still not known completely. DLs model domains in terms of concepts (representing classes of objects), and binary relations known as roles (representing relations and attributes of objects) [1], all of ...

MIME 4160

... contact me by E-mail or in person and provide written documentation as soon as possible. Submit your assignment as soon as possible. In case you have to miss an exam I will decide if I will give you a make-up test or adjust the weight of the final exam or other homework assignments. If you fail to p ...

... contact me by E-mail or in person and provide written documentation as soon as possible. Submit your assignment as soon as possible. In case you have to miss an exam I will decide if I will give you a make-up test or adjust the weight of the final exam or other homework assignments. If you fail to p ...

Proof-based formal methods for WSN development

... the correctness and performance of network algorithms and protocols [3]. However, since WSNs have been applied to safety-critical application domains from healthcare to military applications, the high-level abstraction and verification and validation techniques have become an important key for curre ...

... the correctness and performance of network algorithms and protocols [3]. However, since WSNs have been applied to safety-critical application domains from healthcare to military applications, the high-level abstraction and verification and validation techniques have become an important key for curre ...

Presentation slides

... • 4 months into the trial, a 50% completion rate is observed. • How significant is this discrepancy? Resimulate: • {xi} = simulated completion rates (1/iteration) • Rank of observed 50% in {xi} ≈ p-value • “How likely is the observation, under the modeled assumptions?” ...

... • 4 months into the trial, a 50% completion rate is observed. • How significant is this discrepancy? Resimulate: • {xi} = simulated completion rates (1/iteration) • Rank of observed 50% in {xi} ≈ p-value • “How likely is the observation, under the modeled assumptions?” ...

Math 221: Simulations/Law of Large Numbers

... A simulation of a procedure is a process that behaves the same way as the procedure, so that similar results are produced. In this case, each probability of a birthday is assumed to be equally likely (which is a fair assumption). We can use a random number generator to randomly choose numbers betwee ...

... A simulation of a procedure is a process that behaves the same way as the procedure, so that similar results are produced. In this case, each probability of a birthday is assumed to be equally likely (which is a fair assumption). We can use a random number generator to randomly choose numbers betwee ...

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... Simulation involves using a computer to imitate (simulate) the operation of an entire process or system. For example, simulation is frequently used to perform risk analysis on financial processes. Simulation also is widely used to analyze stochastic systems that will continue operating ...

... Simulation involves using a computer to imitate (simulate) the operation of an entire process or system. For example, simulation is frequently used to perform risk analysis on financial processes. Simulation also is widely used to analyze stochastic systems that will continue operating ...

PPT file printable

... Simulate a set of processes observed in the natural world in order to gain an understanding of these processes and to predict the outcome of natural processes given a specific set of input parameters. Conceptual and theoretical modeling constructs are expressed as sets of algorithms and implemented ...

... Simulate a set of processes observed in the natural world in order to gain an understanding of these processes and to predict the outcome of natural processes given a specific set of input parameters. Conceptual and theoretical modeling constructs are expressed as sets of algorithms and implemented ...

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... hands-on experiences Tools to help the user develop understanding and insight Connectivity to underlying fundamentals Complexity management through Integrated, heterogeneous simulations Separable authoring and rapid module development ...

... hands-on experiences Tools to help the user develop understanding and insight Connectivity to underlying fundamentals Complexity management through Integrated, heterogeneous simulations Separable authoring and rapid module development ...

Activity overview - TI Education

... Recall that even and odd numbers can be used to distinguish results in simulations. In using a range of numbers from –9 to 9, there are 9 even numbers and 10 odd numbers. The easiest fix for this to disregard results that have a 0. Enter randInt(–9, 9, 2) and press five times. 7. How can this be a ...

... Recall that even and odd numbers can be used to distinguish results in simulations. In using a range of numbers from –9 to 9, there are 9 even numbers and 10 odd numbers. The easiest fix for this to disregard results that have a 0. Enter randInt(–9, 9, 2) and press five times. 7. How can this be a ...

the exponential logarithm function as an algorithm for

... Ronald Decker, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire James LaBarre, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Thomas Adler, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire changing business environment. A situation in which decisions are made monthly or quarterly is entirely too unrealistic and does not represent the comp ...

... Ronald Decker, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire James LaBarre, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Thomas Adler, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire changing business environment. A situation in which decisions are made monthly or quarterly is entirely too unrealistic and does not represent the comp ...

Modeling of Solid State Transformer for the FREEDM System

... Dr. Raja Ayyanar (chair) Dr. Keith Holbert Dr. Srabanti Chowdhury ...

... Dr. Raja Ayyanar (chair) Dr. Keith Holbert Dr. Srabanti Chowdhury ...

MV-3500

... last 20 years. Large scale, with thousands or tens of thousands of participants Online worlds--live simulations and role playing in a virtual world; less emphasis on physics, more on human interaction. Second Life, Open Simulator To an extent there has been a convergence between the capabilities of ...

... last 20 years. Large scale, with thousands or tens of thousands of participants Online worlds--live simulations and role playing in a virtual world; less emphasis on physics, more on human interaction. Second Life, Open Simulator To an extent there has been a convergence between the capabilities of ...

fac Lecture Flyer-Anderson 4-20 - Chemical Engineering : University

... Two dimensional melting is a fascinating problem that demands powerful simulation tools and compute resources. Hexatic phases with quasi long range bond order and short range positional order require simulations of at least 1 million particles, which take 100's of hours to run on 64 GPUs of the Tita ...

... Two dimensional melting is a fascinating problem that demands powerful simulation tools and compute resources. Hexatic phases with quasi long range bond order and short range positional order require simulations of at least 1 million particles, which take 100's of hours to run on 64 GPUs of the Tita ...

Why do simulations? - Course Website Directory

... Introduction to Simulation • Purpose: Fundamental and rigorous introduction to important concepts, techniques, and quantities required for reliable computer simulation of observables. • Caveats: cannot cover everything in depth. – Must strike a balance (especially with diversity of our class). ...

... Introduction to Simulation • Purpose: Fundamental and rigorous introduction to important concepts, techniques, and quantities required for reliable computer simulation of observables. • Caveats: cannot cover everything in depth. – Must strike a balance (especially with diversity of our class). ...

how to deal accurately with both the core and valence electrons

... to be soluble.” “…It therefore becomes desirable that approximate practical methods of applying quantum mechanics should be developed, which can lead to an explanation of the main features of complex atomic systems without too much computation.” Goal of modern atomic simulations: implement that drea ...

... to be soluble.” “…It therefore becomes desirable that approximate practical methods of applying quantum mechanics should be developed, which can lead to an explanation of the main features of complex atomic systems without too much computation.” Goal of modern atomic simulations: implement that drea ...

Military simulations, also known informally as war games, are simulations in which theories of warfare can be tested and refined without the need for actual hostilities. Many professional analysts object to the term wargames as this is generally taken to be referring to the civilian hobby, thus the preference for the term simulation.Simulations exist in many different forms, with varying degrees of realism. In recent times, the scope of simulations has widened to include not only military but also political and social factors, which are seen as inextricably entwined in a realistic warfare model.Whilst many governments make use of simulation, both individually and collaboratively, little is known about it outside professional circles. Yet modelling is often the means by which governments test and refine their military and political policies. Military simulations are seen as a useful way to develop tactical, strategical and doctrinal solutions, but critics argue that the conclusions drawn from such models are inherently flawed, due to the approximate nature of the models used.