An Introduction to Simulation Using General Purpose Simulation System H.
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|Format:||Hardback, 464 pages, 2nd Edition|
|Other Information: ||index|
|Published In: ||United States, 08 November 1990|
New From the Author of the Most Popular Simulation Book Ever Published! In 1974, Tom Schribers Simulation Using GPSS arrived on the scene, and quickly became one of the most popular simulation books ever published. Known as the Red Book, this landmark work set new standards in the field of simulation. You are now holding Tom Schribers ground-breaking new book, one that is sure to become the classic for the 90s: An Introduction to Simulation Using GPSS/H This exciting new book provides a concise overview of simulation, and a comprehensive introduction to the popular and powerful GPSS/H language. The unusually complete package includes a student version of GPSS/H for DOS. This software is a limited version of Wolverine Software Corporations industry standard GPSS/H 2. 0. Throughout the book, Schriber develops his topics in the same careful and meticulously complete way that users of the Red Book have praised over and over. If you're interested in learning about simulation using GPSS/H, or you need the best text you can find for classroom training, there is no better package available today!
Table of Contents
Perspectives on Simulation and GPSS/H. Transactions: Their Creation, Movement, and Destruction. More about Transaction Creation and Movement. How Transactions are Managed by GPSS/H. Additional Test-Mode Capabilities. Fundamental Modeling of Single Servers. More about How Transactions Are Managed by GPSS/H. More Imaginative Modeling of Single Servers. Gathering Information about Transactions. Expanding the Set of Test-Mode Capabilities. Modelling Groups of Identical Servers. Additional Blocks for Controlling Transaction Direction and Timing. Modeling with Nonuniform Probability Distributions. Statistical Experiments with Single-System Models. The Use of Antithetic Variates in Single-System Modeling. Statistical Experiments with Models of Competing Alternatives. Epilogue. Appendices. References. Author Index. Subject Index.
|Publisher: ||John Wiley and Sons (WIE)|
|Dimensions: ||28.60 x 22.15 x 3.23 centimetres (1.33 kg)|