Introduction to Simulation
This is the home page for the course "Introduction to Simulation" in the winter term 2020/21. General information on this course can be found here.
- If you are interested in participating in Simulation Project 2021 you MUST pass Introduction to Simulation.
- Exam Date: 17.03.2021 16:00-18:00 - will be an online exam
- Repeat Exam Date: 22.07.2021, 08:00-10:00 Messehalle I, in Person!
- The lecture will be recorded and accessible via mediasite.ovgu.de. Please use your OVGU-Account to log in. The links will be in the table below.
- The exercise class will also be recorded. There will be no more in-person exercises. The time slots will be used as online consultation sessions.
You can find the link on the e-learning platform.
- For content related questions use the e-learning platform, especially if you are not able to attend the online Q&A sessions
- Time and place of the lecture: (asynchronous)
- Times and places of the Q&A online sessesions: Monday 13-15 and 17-19 (BigBlueButton)
- The exercises will start after the second lecture:
- Monday exercise class starts on 02.11.2020
- NOTE: The exam will be in English, you may use a dictionary and answer in either German or English. The Exam format will be multiple-coice.
- HINWEIS: Die Klausur ist auf Englisch, Wörterbücher sind erlaubt, ebenso wie Antworten auf Deutsch oder Englisch. Die Klausur ist Multiple-Choice.
The user name and password required to download the course material was anounced via roundmail and e-learning notification.
You have two Semester Assignments to choose from:
- AnyLogic Instructions page
- You have two Semester Assignments to choose from:
- ItS Applets
- NOTE: The exam format will be multiple-choice.
- Preliminary Exam Paper (17.03.2021)
- Archive of Previous ItS Exams
- Possible questions for oral exams
Information on Probability Distributions
- Probability distributions
- More probability distributions
- Quantile-Quantile plot
- Chi-square test (Microsoft Excel)
- Banks, Carson, Nelson & Nicol: Discrete-Event System Simulation (BCNN), relevant chapters are listed in the corresponding lecture slides
- J.D. Lambert: Computational methods in ordinary differential equations (Lam), especially chapters 1.3, 2.2, 2.6, 2.7, 8.5, 8.6