**Computer Simulation Techniques - The Definitive Introduction**

by Harry Perros

**Publisher**: NC State University 2008**Number of pages**: 187

**Description**:

You can use this book to learn the basic simulation techniques by yourself! At the end of Chapter 1, you will find three examples. Select one of them and do the
corresponding computer assignment given at the end of the Chapter. Then, after you read each new Chapter, do all the problems at the end of the Chapter and also do the
computer assignment that corresponds to your problem, By the time you reach the end of the book, you will have developed a very sophisticated simulation model! You can use any high-level programming language you like.

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