Course Descriptions for the Computer & Information Systems Department

INFS6486 - Simulation/Graphics
Spring 2014

This course focuses on the development and validation of simulation models and the application of those models to problem solving and decision making faced by management personnel. The course provides opportunities to study decision making using simulation models that include graphical presentation and animation and introduces the use of a simulation language such as SIMAN to create models and experiments and to interpret their results. The course also provides opportunities to use an animation package such as CINEMA for presentation and animation of dynamic simulation models. Other topics of discussion include criteria for selecting appropriate models and simulation languages.
Prerequisite - INFS6010 (CI555)
3 Credits

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