Introduction to Simulation
This is the home page for the course "Introduction to Simulation" in the winter term 2022/23. General information on this course can be found here.
- If you are interested in participating in Simulation Project 2023 you MUST pass Introduction to Simulation.
- Exam Date: ...
- Preliminary Exam Paper
- The lectures will be held in person. Recorded versions from a past term are accessible via mediasite.ovgu.de. Please use your OVGU-Account to log in. The links will be in the table below.
- The exercise classes will be held in person. The recorded versions from a past winter term are also available via mediasite.ovgu.de.
- Time and place of the lecture:
- Monday 11-13 in G29-307 (Graham Horton)
- Times of the exercises:
- Tuesday 11-13 in G29-336 (Claudia Krull)
- Thursday 13-15 in G22A-128 (Pascal Krenckel)
- The exercises will start after the second lecture:
- Exercise classes start from 18.10.2022
- Register for the course on the OVGU elearing platform https://elearning.ovgu.de/course/view.php?id=13549
- current information will be spread via elearning e,g, short notice cancellations or room changes
- in the forum you can also ask questions on the course
- use the elearning page to team up with other students to work on assignments together
- 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 will be announced in the first lecture and exercise and if you missed that, you can ask for it via your ovgu email account.
You have two Semester Assignments to choose from:
NOTE: Slides and videos are from previous semesters, and might be updated prior to the actual exercise/lecture date. Videos will not be updated.
- AnyLogic Instructions page
- You have two Semester Assignments to choose from:
- ItS Applets
- NOTE: The exam format will be multiple-choice
- Preliminary Exam Paper
- 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