simu-conf Methodologies Track at WinterSim

Posted on 2012/03/06. Filed under: 綜合, 資訊 | 標籤:, , |

Call for Papers
Modeling Methodology Track, Winter Simulation Conference 2012
(http://wintersim.org/)
Location: Berlin, Germany
Conference dates: December 9-12, 2012
Paper deadline: April 2nd, 2012

Modeling and Simulation Methodologies, theory and practice have provided a variety of new mechanisms for advancing the studies of
different phenomena in different fields (physical, biological, social, engineering, etc.). The purpose of the Methodologies track is to
facilitate the discussion and dissemination of the most recent advancements in the area of theory and methodology of modeling and
simulation. The main focus of the modeling methodology track is on methodologies that help to develop models, as well as on the software and tools to cope with the challenges involved in modeling, including lessons learned.

Topics included (but not limited to) are:

Formal Modeling Languages (Process Calculi, DEVS, CA, Petri nets,
Rule-Based Languages, etc.)
Stochastic Modeling
Multilevel Modeling
Parameter Estimation for Stochastic Models
Agent Oriented Modelling
Modelling Approaches for Real Time Systems
System Dynamics Representation
Component-based Approaches in Modeling
Model-Reuse
Model Repositories, and retrieval
Modeling Standardization
Multi-Formalism Modelling
Spatial Modelling
Case Studies on Modelling

Applications in all areas of modeling and simulation, incl. Systems Biology, Traffic, Networks, Manufacturing, Performance, and
Concurrency are welcome.

Program committee:

Michele Amoretti, University of Parma, Italy
Rassul Ayani, KTH, Sweden
Fernando Barros, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Juan de Lara, UAM, Spain
James Faeder – University of Pittsburgh, USA
Colin Gillespie – Newcastle University, UK
Jane Hillston – University of Edinburgh, UK
Michael Hucka – California Institute of Technology, USA
Franziska Klügl, University of Örebro, Sweden
Jean Krivine – Université Paris Diderot – Paris 7, France
Hillel Kugler, Microsoft Research, UK
Cédric Lhoussaine – Université Lille 1, UK
Charles Macal, Argonne National Lab, USA
Fabien Michel, University of Montpellier 2, France
Corrado Priami – Microsoft Research Trento, Italy
Hessam Sarjoughian, Arizona State University, USA
Claudia Szabo, University of Adelaide, Australia
Andreas Tolk, Old Dominion University, USA
Verena Wolf – Saarland University, Germany
Brenda Zhuang, The MathWorks, USA

Track chairs:

Mathias John, University of Lille, France
Gabriel Wainer, Carleton University, Canada

[problems-issues: contact vsim-conf-owner(at)sce.carleton.ca]

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simu-conf TMS/DEVS 2012 – Deadline approaching

Posted on 2011/10/31. Filed under: 資訊 | 標籤:, , , , |

CALL FOR PAPERS

SYMPOSIUM ON THEORY OF MODELING AND SIMULATION (TMS/DEVS 2012)

March 26-29, 2012, The Florida Hotel, Orlando, FL, USA.

http://www.tms-devs.org

Sponsored by
The Society for Modeling and Simulation International

Technically Co-Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society in cooperation with ACM/SIGSIM and ICST

The purpose of this symposium is to provide a forum to discuss recent advancements in Theory of M&S. The main focus is on theory of modeling, methodology, practice and software to cope with the challenges arising out of these, as well as lessons learned and challenges. The Symposium bridges different areas in the field of Theory of M&S, including formal modeling, model-checking, graph transformation, modeling methodologies.
It also provides an opportunity to exchange ideas with other SpringSim’12 symposia participants in different fields.

All papers will be included in the conference proceedings and archived in the IEEE Computer Society DL, the ACM DL and the EUDL.

Important Dates
===============
Paper Submission: 15 Nov 2011
Notification: 1 Jan 2012
Ready-Camera Paper: 15 Jan 2012
Conference: 26-29 Mar 2012

Submission Procedures
=====================
The conference committee accepts three types of papers submitted as a PDF file to the conference website
(http://www.softconf.com/scs/DEVS12/).

WORKSHOPS
=========

– Model-driven Approaches for Simulation Engineering (Mod4Sim’12)
(Chairs: Daniele Gianni – European Space Agency, Nicolas
Rouquete – NASA/JPL).

– Joint Workshop with the Symposium on Simulation in Architecture and Urban Design (SIMAUD) (Chairs: Lira Nikolovska, Ramtin Attar – Autodesk Research; Gabriel Wainer, Carleton University)

DEVS AWARD
==========
This year, the Symposium will hold the Third Bernard P. Zeigler DEVS M&S Award, to recognize high-impact innovations in M&S methods, applications and tools (sponsored by RTSync – Chair: Doohwan Kim).

DEVS PHD DISSERTATION AWARD

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simu-conf Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation: Special Issues

Posted on 2011/03/15. Filed under: 電腦, 資訊 | 標籤:, , , |

Dear Colleague:

As a member of the Modeling and Simulation Community, you will be interested
in the following special issues to be published in the Journal of Defense
Modeling and Simulation: Applications, Methodology, Technology:

. Making Modeling & Simulation Ubiquitous
http://scs.org/node/244
Submission of papers due by March 30, 2011
Publication Expected: Spring 2013

In recent times, a number of initiatives have been explored as ways to
reduce the time to develop a new operational/tactical system or to modify an
existing one. M&S is often considered one of the technologies that can help
meet these goals. The objective of this special issue is to highlight these
examples and show how M&S can be used to assist the acquisition community in
fielding systems to support the warfighters by giving a venue for them to
expose their knowledge and experience to the community at large.

. Modeling & Simulation for Wounded Warrior Systems
http://www.scs.org/jdms?q=node/257
Submission of papers due by April 30, 2011
Publication Expected: Spring/Summer 2013

Vast improvements in protection of forces have led to a change in the injury
types observed in wounded warriors. System descriptions, often focused on
the complexities of technical systems and subsequent program risk, are
under-represented in the realm of military medical systems for recovering
U.S. and Coalition Forces. This special issue is therefore interested in
contributions that illuminate life improving medical innovations across the
span from policy to specific programs, with an emphasis on measurable and
reproducible conclusions.

. Verification, Validation and Accreditation in Modeling & Simulation
http://scs.org/node/242
Submission of papers due by April 30, 2011
Publication Expected: Spring/Summer 2013.

Verification, Validation and Accreditation (VV&A) is key in making models
and their subsequent simulations applicable for trustworthy analyses and
decision support in defense, safety, or emergency response modeling, and a
proxy for hardware test and evaluation (T&E). This special issue is
interested in novel / emerging modeling and simulation VV&A techniques and
processes that facilitate design, development, production and deployment of
models that effectively trade for their physical counterparts in reducing
T&E cost and / or time over the lifecycle of models from individual systems
to enterprise descriptions.

. Network Science
http://scs.org/node/254
Submission of papers due by May 1, 2011
Publication Expected: Spring/Summer 2012

The topic of network science, which is generally defined as “the study of
network representations of physical, biological, and social phenomena
leading to predictive models of these phenomena emanated from U.S.
Department of Defense (DoD) interests in network-centric warfare in the
early 1990s. This special issue is directed at network science research
results that create new modeling methodologies, or simulation approaches
such as those that utilize event-driven, process-oriented, federated
HLA/RTI, or agent based frameworks.

. Modeling & Simulation of Unmanned Systems
http://scs.org/node/241
Submission of papers due by May 30, 2011
Publication Expected: Fall 2013

Current events highlight the importance of unmanned systems in protecting
both military and homeland defense forces. Field robotics is expensive and
time consuming work that has little hope of exploring the vast spaces of
autonomous computations. This makes it ripe for simulation This special
issue seeks papers that advance machine autonomy through unique and
insightful application of simulation.

. Modeling & Simulation of Architecture-based Systems
http://scs.org/node/240
Submission of papers due by May 30, 2011
Publication Expected: Fall 2013

Architectural descriptions via the Department of Defense Architectural
Framework are designed to inform major defense system acquisitions. While
initially focused on Command, Control, Communications, Computers,
Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, the goal of integrated
architectures, via the Joint Capability Integration and Development System
process, is to provide “best value" system performance in a timely manner.
“Best Value" has become increasingly important recently and
Architecture-based design is increasingly important to ensure the provision
of military effects with “80% solutions" and modeling and simulation is the
most cost-efficient technique to perform early design reviews. This special
issue is therefore interested in providing methods to evaluate both
component and aggregate architecture capabilities.

. Modeling & Simulation in Human Terrain Systems
http://www.scs.org/jdms?q=node/101
Submission of papers due by June 30, 2011
Publication Expected: Summer 2012

Modeling, simulating and prognosticating the Human Terrain of deployed
force’s areas of operation is recognized as being increasingly important for
U.S. and Coalition Forces during counter-insurgency and stability
operations. While marketing and advertising agencies have proven successes
in rapidly assessing niche populations and the ability to meet their wants
and needs, this is still a “white space" in the defense modeling /
simulation and tool building communities. This special issue is therefore
interested in contributions that forecast population response to different
messaging during the “clear / hold / build" phases of military operations.

. Modeling & Simulation in Counter Improvised Explosive Device (IED)
Systems
http://scs.org/specialissues?q=node/174
Submission of papers due by November 30, 2011
Publication Expected: Fall/Winter 2012

The Improvised Explosive Device (IED) is the embodiment of a strategic
policy of area denial that provides asymmetric groups with an unprecedented
force multiplier, and implied legitimacy, at minimal capital cost. While
models have been built of the respective sensors and platforms that compose
candidate IED detection and mitigation solutions, it is only now that the
modeling and simulation community is stepping up to apply their intellectual
resources to this issue in its totality. This special issue is therefore
interested in novel / emerging modeling and simulation techniques that
address the design, development and production of effective counters to IEDs
from strategic resourcing to tactical employment.

. Immersive Technologies in Support of Military Training and Education
http://scs.org/node/190
Submission of papers due by November 30, 2011
Publication Expected: Spring 2013

The motivation for this special issue is based upon recognition of the fact
that the technological disruption caused first by Serious Game technology is
being extended to include the impact of Virtual Worlds both of which clearly
have a significant role to play in support of military training and
education. The body of evidence demonstrating the effectiveness of these
tools as experiential based learning mechanisms is beginning to grow as
creative trainers working closely with tool developers make improvements to
the technology and pedagogy associated with their use. This special edition
is intended to develop knowledge and improve understanding on how these
tools can best be described, developed and applied in support of military
training.

Other Special Issues can be found here:
http://www.scs.org/specialissues?q=node/99

If you are interested in proposing a special issue for JDMS, please see
SPECIAL ISSUES: Principles & Guidelines on the SCS website at
http://scs.org/specialissues?q=node/70.

Sincerely,

Jerry M. Couretas
Editor-in-Chief

[apologies for multiple postings. Problems/issues: email to
gwainer<a href="mailto:isfa2011sce.carleton.ca]

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【研討會訊】中央研究院經濟研究所敬邀2011年3月24-25日【Third Asia Joint Workshop i n Economics】

Posted on 2011/02/22. Filed under: 經濟 | 標籤:, , , |

Third Asia Joint Workshop in Economics _program.pdf

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simu-conf COMETS 2011 – 2nd International Track on Collaborative Modeling and Simulation – Call for Papers

Posted on 2011/01/23. Filed under: 綜合 | 標籤:, , , |

#######################################
IEEE WETICE 2011
2nd International Track on
Collaborative Modeling and Simulation
CALL FOR PAPERS
#######################################

June 27 – June 29, 2011, Paris (France)
http://www.sel.uniroma2.it/CoMetS11

#######################################
# Papers Due: *** March 5, 2011 ***
# Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings
# by the IEEE Computer Society Press and indexed by EI.
#######################################

Modeling and Simulation (M&S) is increasingly becoming a central activity in the design of new systems and in the analysis of
existing systems because it enables designers and researchers to investigate systems behavior through virtual representations. For
this reason, M&S is gaining a primary role in many industrial and research fields, such as space, critical infrastructures, manufacturing, emergency management, biomedical systems and sustainable future. However, as the complexity of the investigated systems increases and the types of investigations widens, the cost of M&S activities increases for the more complex models and for the communications among a wider number and variety of M&S stakeholders (e.g., sub-domain experts, simulator
users, simulator engineers, and final system users). To address the increasing costs of M&S activities, collaborative technologies must be introduced to support these activities by fostering the sharing and reuse of models, by facilitating the communications among M&S stakeholders, and more generally by integrating processes, tools and platforms.

Aside from seeking applications of collaborative technologies to M&S activities, the track seeks innovative contributions that deal with the application of M&S practices to the design of collaborative environments. These environments are continuously becoming more complex and therefore their design requires systematic approaches to meet the required quality of collaboration. This is important for two reasons: to reduce rework activities on the actual collaborative environment, and to maximize the productivity and the quality of the process the collaborative environment supports. M&S offers the methodologies and tools for such investigations and therefore it can be used to improve the quality of collaborative environments.

A non–exhaustive list of topics of interest includes:

* collaborative environments for M&S
* collaborative Systems of Systems M&S
* workflow modelling for collaborative environments and processes
* agent-based M&S
* collaborative distributed simulation
* collaborative component-based M&S
* net-centric M&S
* web-based M&S
* model sharing and reuse
* model building and evaluation
* modeling and simulation of business processes
* modeling for collaboration
* simulation-based performance evaluation of collaborative networks
* model-driven simulation engineering
* domain specific languages for the simulation of collaborative environments
* domain specific languages for collaborative M&S
* databases and repositories for M&S
* distributed virtual environments
* virtual research environment for M&S

To stimulate creativity, however, the track maintains a wider
scope and invites interested researchers to present contributions
that offer original perspectives on collaboration and M&S.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
On-Line Submissions and Publication
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

CoMetS’11 intends to bring together researchers and practitioners
to discuss key issues, approaches, open problems, innovative
applications and trends in the track research area.

Papers should contain original contributions not published or
submitted elsewhere. Papers up to six pages (including figures,
tables and references) can be submitted. Papers should follow the
IEEE format, which is single spaced, two columns, 10 pt
Times/Roman font. All submissions should be electronic (in PDF)
and will be peer-reviewed by at least three program committee
members.

Accepted full papers will be included in the proceedings and
published by the IEEE Computer Society Press (IEEE
approval pending). Please note that at least one author for each
accepted paper should register to attend WETICE 2011 to have the
paper published in the proceedings.

Authors may contact the organizers for expression of interests
and content appropriateness at any time. Papers can be submitted
in PDF format at the submission site
(https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=comets2011), which is
supported by the EasyChair conference management system. Please
contact the track chairs (comets2011) if you
experience problems with the EasyChair Web site.

+++++++++++++++
Important Dates
+++++++++++++++

* Submission Deadline: March 5, 2011
* Decision to paper authors: April 4, 2011
* Final version of accepted papers due to IEEE: April 29, 2011
* Conference dates: June 27 – June 29, 2011

++++++++++++++++++++
Organizing Committee
++++++++++++++++++++

* Andrea D’Ambrogio, University of Roma TorVergata, Italy
* Daniele Gianni, European Space Agency, The Netherlands
* Joachim Fuchs, European Space Agency, The Netherlands
* Giuseppe Iazeolla, University of Roma TorVergata, Italy

+++++++++++++++++
Program Committee
+++++++++++++++++

* Santiago Balestrini, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
* Torsten Bieler, European Space Agency, The Netherlands
* Olivier Dalle, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, CNRS & INRIA, France
* Joseph Giampapa, SEI, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
* Ralph Huntsinger, Beijng University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
and California State University, USA
* Axel Lehmann, Universitaet der Bundeswehr Muenchen, Germany
* Cristiano Leorato, Rhea, The Netherlands
* Brian Lewis, Vanguard Software Corporation, USA
* Steve McKeever, University of Oxford, UK
* David Nickerson, Auckland Bioengineering Institute, NZ
* Alfred Park, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA
* Wolfgang Prinz, Fraunhofer FIT and RWTH Aachen, Germany
* José L. Risco-Martin, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
* Maarten Sierhuis, NASA and Palo Alto Research Center, USA
* Hans Vangheluwe, University of Antwerp, Belgium, and McGill University, Canada
* Gabriel Wainer, Carleton University, Canada
* Quirien Wijnands, European Space Agency, The Netherlands
* Heming Zhang, Tsinghua University, China

*** Contact Information ***
Daniele Gianni (track co-chair)
Email: daniele.gianni

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simu-conf Call For Papers – Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Structure Systems Track at the Summer Computer Simulation Conference SCSC’11

Posted on 2011/01/11. Filed under: 綜合 | 標籤:, , |

SCSC’11 Call for Papers

Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Structure Systems
Workshop/Paper Track at the Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2011

http://www.msc-les.org/conf/summersim2011/scsc2011/index_file/MSDynamicStructureSystems.htm

Chairs
Fernando Barros, University of Coimbra, Portugal;
Gabriel Wainer, Carleton University, Canada

Track Description
Many systems are better represented by models with a dynamic structure/topology. Changes in system structure involve the modification of components’ interactions and the addition/removal of components.

Examples of structure variant systems include adaptive computer architectures, self-configuring sensor networks and biological systems. The ability to mimic changes in system structure into model topology provides a powerful construct to obtain simpler descriptions of reality, enabling the representation of very complex systems.

We solicit original, previously unpublished papers offering new contributions in the following (non-exhaustive) list of topics:

Methodology
· Discrete event, synchronous and hybrid dynamic structure M&S formalisms
· Verification & validation of dynamic structure models

Applications
· Reconfigurable computer architectures
· Biological systems
· Self-adaptive systems
· Self-configuring sensor networks
· Random networks
· Adaptive software topologies
· Adaptive algorithms
· Manufacturing systems
· Mobile agents
· Dynamic structure cellular automata

International Program Committee
Norbert Giambiasi, LSIS, France
Zhi Han, The MathWorks, USA
David Hill, Blaise Pascal University, France
Jan Himmelspach, University of Rostock, Germany
Xiaolin Hu, Georgia State University, USA
Thorsten Pawletta, Wismar University of Applied Sciences, Germany
John Plaice, University of New South Wales, Australia
Hessam Sarjoughian, Arizona State University, USA
Hans Vangheluwe, University of Antwerp, Belgium and McGill University, Canada
Alexander Verbraeck, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

SPONSORED BY
The Society for Modeling and Simulation International

Key Dates
Special session proposals – January 31, 2011
Submission of papers (and tutorials proposals) – February 15, 2011
Notification of Acceptance – April 15, 2011
Final Submission – May 15, 2011

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PowerPlantSim’11 Reg NOW OPEN & EAIA Call for Papers (SpringSim’11)

Posted on 2010/12/23. Filed under: 綜合 | 標籤:, , |

THE SOCIETY FOR MODELING & SIMULATION INTERNATIONAL (SCS)

Power Plant Simulation Conference 2011 – REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! *********************************************************
Visit http://scs.org/powerplant/2011 to register online for the 2011 Power Plant Simulation Conference, to be held February 14-18, 2011 at the Tampa Renaissance Hotel in Tampa, FL. Early registration ends on January 30, so register soon! Hard copy registration forms are also available.

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simu-conf EAIA 2011 – Call for Papers

Posted on 2010/12/22. Filed under: 綜合 | 標籤:, , , , |

Call for Papers

Emerging Applications of M&S in Industry and Academia (EAIA’11) Symposium
The Symposium for Emerging Applications of Modeling and Simulation (M&S) in
Industry and Academia (EAIA) has evolved into a hub for new ideas and
successful applications thereof. The focus is on innovative applications of
M&S in theory and practice. As such, we are looking for papers that show
successful and promising trends. For 2011, we offer seven topic categories
plus the “Other Emerging Application" category to be able to give a home to
good papers that do not fit into the other categories. For more information
on the tracks click on the hyperlinked names of the tracks.

* M&S and Education <http://scs.org/node/248> will continue to look how M&S
can be used to enrich education, ranging from public education in middle and
high schools over colleges and universities to education of the work force.
* M&S and Engineering <http://scs.org/node/249> has its focus on
engineering applications of M&S as well as applying engineering methods to
M&S. This includes new engineering management efforts, such as Scrum for
M&S, or applying M&S as a Green Technology.
* Business and Industry Simulation Applications <http://scs.org/node/253>
shows “where the rubber meets the road." Where is M&S really making a
difference in Industry? How can we optimize processes and businesses using
new methods that combine M&S and heuristics?
* M&S and Risk Management <http://scs.org/node/251> is looking for
contributions regarding theory and application of supporting Risk Management
with the full spectrum of M&S.
* M&S and Philosophy <http://scs.org/node/250> is a new topic for EAIA, but
as M&S grows as its own discipline, it is time to address some philosophical
questions, including the question of how M&S is influenced and influences
Philosophy and our understanding of what we understand.
* M&S and Law Enforcement <http://scs.org/node/252> is starting to become a
new application domain. The objective is to give a home to papers that
evaluate the potential and applicability of the whole M&S spectrum to
support law enforcement in training, analysis, and operations.
* M&S Technology Transition <http://scs.org/node/247> is a contemporary
interest to avoid the frequent loss of great ideas between R&D and
distribution organizations. We are looking for lessons learned and methods
derived to enable knowledge transfer.
* Other Emerging Applications is interested other innovative applications of
M&S in theory and practice.

Formatting guidelines and author instructions are available at
http://www.scs.org/conferences <http://www.scs.org/conferences> . Papers
should be submitted electronically to http://www.softconf.com/scs/EAIA11
<http://www.softconf.com/scs/EAIA11> . All papers will be subject to a
peer-reviewing process by three program committee members. (Please see the
key dates listed below) Final Paper Submission Guidelines All prospective
authors, whose papers are accepted for inclusion in the program, will be
invited to submit their position or technical papers to ADS’11. Accepted and
registered papers will be published in the conference proceedings by the
SCS, and archived in the ACM Digital Library. The committee will select a
set of best papers. Authors of these papers will be encouraged to submit
appropriately expanded versions of these papers for journal publication.

Key Dates
Manuscript submission January 7, 2011
Notification of acceptance January 31, 2011
Full Camera-ready papers March 1, 2011

General Chair:

* Dr. Andreas Tolk <mailto:atolk>
Old Dominion University <http://www.odu.edu/> , USA

EAIA’11 is part of the 2011 Spring Simulation Multiconference
(SpringSim’11); April 4 – 9, 2011; Boston Marriott Long Wharf Hotel; Boston,
MA, USA

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SIMULATION MODELING — FALL 2010

Posted on 2010/09/03. Filed under: 綜合, 實驗 | 標籤:, |

Dr. Averill M. Law, who is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts,

consultants, and authors on simulation modeling, will be presenting the following simulation and statistics short courses:

Simulation Modeling for System Design and Analysis, I: Fundamental Principles

November 15-17, 2010 Washington, DC

Simulation Modeling for System Design and Analysis, II: Advanced Concepts

November 18-19, 2010 Washington, DC

Applied Statistics for Engineers and Scientists

November 1-4, 2010 Washington, DC

How to Validate Your Models and Simulations

December 9-10, 2010 Washington, DC AFTER WSC 10

Design of Experiments for Simulation Modeling: Factor Screening, Prediction, and Optimization

December 13-15, 2010 Washington, DC AFTER WSC 10

Agent-Based Simulation for Modeling Complex System Behaviors

December 16, 2010 Washington, DC AFTER WSC 10

See the enclosed seminar brochure and our website www.averill-law.com for course outlines and registration information.

Dr. Law has presented more than 490 short courses in 18 countries since 1977. He is also the author of the book Simulation Modeling and Analysis (Fourth Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2007), with more than 125,000 copies in print. It is widely considered the

“bible” of simulation.

Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Steffi Law
Director of Marketing

520-795-6265

Simulation Modeling.pdf

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