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Understanding Computer Simulation

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Understanding Computer Simulation
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776815059
Number of pages: 172

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Contents: Introduction to Computer Simulation; Simulation Languages; Applications of Simulation; Starting a Simulation the Right Way; Simulation Quality and Development; Developing a Simulation-Implementation; Case Study: DePorres Tours.

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