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Theory of Modeling and Simulation

Author : Bernard P. Zeigler
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The increased computational power and software tools available to engineers have increased the use and dependence on modeling and computer simulation throughout the design process. These tools have given engineers the capability of designing highly complex systems and computer architectures that were previously unthinkable. Every complex design project, from integrated circuits, to aerospace vehicles, to industrial manufacturing processes requires these new methods. This book fulfills the essential need of system and control engineers at all levels in understanding modeling and simulation. This book, written as a true text/reference has become a standard sr./graduate level course in all EE departments worldwide and all professionals in this area are required to update their skills. The book provides a rigorous mathematical foundation for modeling and computer simulation. It provides a comprehensive framework for modeling and simulation integrating the various simulation approaches. It covers model formulation, simulation model execution, and the model building process with its key activities model abstraction and model simplification, as well as the organization of model libraries. Emphasis of the book is in particular in integrating discrete event and continuous modeling approaches as well as a new approach for discrete event simulation of continuous processes. The book also discusses simulation execution on parallel and distributed machines and concepts for simulation model realization based on the High Level Architecture (HLA) standard of the Department of Defense. Presents a working foundation necessary for compliance with High Level Architecture (HLA) standards Provides a comprehensive framework for continuous and discrete event modeling and simulation Explores the mathematical foundation of simulation modeling Discusses system morphisms for model abstraction and simplification Presents a new approach to discrete event simulation of continuous processes Includes parallel and distributed simulation of discrete event models Presents a concept to achieve simulator interoperability in the form of the DEVS-Bus

Theory of Modeling and Simulation

Author : Bernard P. Zeigler
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Theory of Modeling and Simulation: Discrete Event & Iterative System Computational Foundations, Third Edition, continues the legacy of this authoritative and complete theoretical work. It is ideal for graduate and PhD students and working engineers interested in posing and solving problems using the tools of logico-mathematical modeling and computer simulation. Continuing its emphasis on the integration of discrete event and continuous modeling approaches, the work focuses light on DEVS and its potential to support the co-existence and interoperation of multiple formalisms in model components. New sections in this updated edition include discussions on important new extensions to theory, including chapter-length coverage of iterative system specification and DEVS and their fundamental importance, closure under coupling for iteratively specified systems, existence, uniqueness, non-deterministic conditions, and temporal progressiveness (legitimacy). Presents a 40% revised and expanded new edition of this classic book with many important post-2000 extensions to core theory Provides a streamlined introduction to Discrete Event System Specification (DEVS) formalism for modeling and simulation Packages all the "need-to-know" information on DEVS formalism in one place Expanded to include an online ancillary package, including numerous examples of theory and implementation in DEVS-based software, student solutions and instructors manual

Systems Modeling and Simulation Theory and Applications

Author : Doo-Kwon Baik
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This book constitutes the refereed post-proceedings of the third Asian Simulation Conference, AsiaSim 2004, held in Jeju Island, Korea in October 2004. The 78 revised full papers presented together with 2 invited keynote papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 178 submissions; after the conference, the papers went through another round of revision. The papers are organized in topical sections on modeling and simulation methodology, manufacturing, aerospace simulation, military simulation, medical simulation, general applications, network simulation and modeling, e-business simulation, numerical simulation, traffic simulation, transportation, virtual reality, engineering applications, and DEVS modeling and simulation.

Theory of Modelling and Simulation

Author : Bernard P. Zeigler
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The enterprise of modelling and its communication; The five elements; Prototype simulation and formal model specification; Simulation of cell-space-like models; Simulation of discrete and continuous time models; Introduction to discrete event models; Discrete event simulation strategies and models; Introduction to modelling theory; Hierarchy of system specifications; Hierarchy of preservation relations; Framework for modelling and simulation; Valid model construction and simplification; Approximation and error tolerance; State identification, validation, and prediction; Structural inference; Simulation program verification and complexity.

Chaos Theory

Author : Christos H. Skiadas
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The work done in chaotic modeling and simulation during the last decades has changed our views of the world around us and has introduced new scientific tools, methods and techniques. Advanced topics of these achievements are included in this volume on Chaos Theory which focuses on Chaotic Modeling, Simulation and Applications of the nonlinear phenomena. This volume includes the best papers presented in the 3rd International Conference on CHAOS. This interdisciplinary conference attracted people from many scientific fields dealing with chaos, nonlinear dynamics, fractals and the works presented and the papers included here are of particular interest that could provide a broad understanding of chaos in its various forms. The chapters relate to many fields of chaos including Dynamical and Nonlinear Systems, Attractors and Fractals. Hydro-Fluid Dynamics and Mechanics, Chaos in Meteorology and Cosmology, Chaos in Biology and Genetics, Chaotic Control, Chaos in Economy and Markets, and Computer Composition and Chaotic Simulations, including related applications, are presented.

Process Modeling and Simulation for Chemical Engineers

Author : Simant R. Upreti
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This book provides a rigorous treatment of the fundamental concepts and techniques involved in process modeling and simulation. The book allows the reader to: (i) Get a solid grasp of “under-the-hood” mathematical results (ii) Develop models of sophisticated processes (iii) Transform models to different geometries and domains as appropriate (iv) Utilize various model simplification techniques (v) Learn simple and effective computational methods for model simulation (vi) Intensify the effectiveness of their research Modeling and Simulation for Chemical Engineers: Theory and Practice begins with an introduction to the terminology of process modeling and simulation. Chapters 2 and 3 cover fundamental and constitutive relations, while Chapter 4 on model formulation builds on these relations. Chapters 5 and 6 introduce the advanced techniques of model transformation and simplification. Chapter 7 deals with model simulation, and the final chapter reviews important mathematical concepts. Presented in a methodical, systematic way, this book is suitable as a self-study guide or as a graduate reference, and includes examples, schematics and diagrams to enrich understanding. End of chapter problems with solutions and computer software available online at www.wiley.com/go/upreti/pms_for_chemical_engineers are designed to further stimulate readers to apply the newly learned concepts.

Modeling and Simulation

Author : Hans-Joachim Bungartz
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Die Autoren führen auf anschauliche und systematische Weise in die mathematische und informatische Modellierung sowie in die Simulation als universelle Methodik ein. Es geht um Klassen von Modellen und um die Vielfalt an Beschreibungsarten. Aber es geht immer auch darum, wie aus Modellen konkrete Simulationsergebnisse gewonnen werden können. Nach einem kompakten Repetitorium zum benötigten mathematischen Apparat wird das Konzept anhand von Szenarien u. a. aus den Bereichen „Spielen – entscheiden – planen" und „Physik im Rechner" umgesetzt.

Cable System Transients

Author : Akihiro Ametani
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This book deals with the electromagnetic transients in cablesystems. The cable structures, methods to derive the parameters ofthe equivalent circuits for cables, and analysis methods forcalculating electromagnetic transients in power systems, and thecharacteristics of electromagnetic transients in cable systems, areall covered in this state of the art reference written by theleading pioneer in the field. Ametani is a distinguished authorwith a lifetime experience in the field of transient modeling inpower systems, and the technical merit is thusunquestionable. The book will provide researchers andstudents wishing to refresh their knowledge in the subject areawith an in-depth understanding of the basic concepts of power cablemodeling. This involves the development of mathematicalmodels of cables based on the true distributive nature of both thecable series impedance and shunt admittance parameters, concomitantwith a consideration of the frequency dependence of theseparameters and their impact on the cable propagation constant andits surge impedance. A comparison between simulated results andpractical results is made for the purposes of validation of themodeling techniques developed. All the fundamental concepts of accurate modeling of transients,particularly in AC cables, are very well covered in the contentsand the validation procedures of the models developed are includedthrough comparison of simulated results with practical/measuredresults. The contents also include many of the emerging issuesassociated with cable system transients in distributed resourcessuch as wind farms and solar power plants.

Modeling Complex Living Systems

Author : Nicola Bellomo
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Develops different mathematical methods and tools to model living systems. This book presents material that can be used in such real-world applications as immunology, transportation engineering, and economics. It is of interest to those involved in modeling complex social systems and living matter in general.

Nanometer Structures

Author : Akhlesh Lakhtakia
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This volume is a researcher's reference handbook to the many aspects of nanometer structures. Although intended as a source for the serious researcher, novices will find a great deal of interesting content. The theories covered include nanostructured thin films, photonic bandgap structures, quantum dots, carbon nanotubes, atomistic techniques, nanomechanics, nanofluidics, and quantum information processing. Modeling and simulation research on these topics have now reached a stage of maturity.

High Explosives

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Handbook of Real World Applications in Modeling and Simulation

Author : John A. Sokolowski
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"This handbook provides a thorough explanation of modeling and simulation in the most useful, current, and predominant applied areas, such as transportation, homeland security, medicine, operational research, military science, and business modeling. The authors offer a concise look at the key concepts and techniques of modeling and simulation and then discuss how and why the presented domains have become leading applications. The book begins with an introduction of why modeling and simulation is a reliable analysis assessment tool for complex systems problems and then explains why the selected domains are drawn upon to proffer solutions for these problems"--

Modeling Simulation and Optimization

Author : Biplab Das
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This book includes selected peer-reviewed papers presented at the International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Optimization, organized by National Institute of Technology, Silchar, Assam, India, during 3–5 August 2020. The book covers topics of modeling, simulation and optimization, including computational modeling and simulation, system modeling and simulation, device/VLSI modeling and simulation, control theory and applications, modeling and simulation of energy system and optimization. The book disseminates various models of diverse systems and includes solutions of emerging challenges of diverse scientific fields.

Spatiotemporal Patterns in Ecology and Epidemiology

Author : Horst Malchow
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Although the spatial dimension of ecosystem dynamics is now widely recognized, the specific mechanisms behind species patterning in space are still poorly understood and the corresponding theoretical framework is underdeveloped. Going beyond the classical Turing scenario of pattern formation, Spatiotemporal Patterns in Ecology and Epidemiology: Theory, Models, and Simulation illustrates how mathematical modeling and numerical simulations can lead to greater understanding of these issues. It takes a unified approach to population dynamics and epidemiology by presenting several ecoepidemiological models where both the basic interspecies interactions of population dynamics and the impact of an infectious disease are explicitly considered. The book first describes relevant phenomena in ecology and epidemiology, provides examples of pattern formation in natural systems, and summarizes existing modeling approaches. The authors then explore nonspatial models of population dynamics and epidemiology. They present the main scenarios of spatial and spatiotemporal pattern formation in deterministic models of population dynamics. The book also addresses the interaction between deterministic and stochastic processes in ecosystem and epidemic dynamics, discusses the corresponding modeling approaches, and examines how noise and stochasticity affect pattern formation. Reviewing the significant progress made in understanding spatiotemporal patterning in ecological and epidemiological systems, this resource shows that mathematical modeling and numerical simulations are effective tools in the study of population ecology and epidemiology.

Nanoscale Transistors

Author : Mark Lundstrom
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To push MOSFETs to their scaling limits and to explore devices that may complement or even replace them at molecular scale, a clear understanding of device physics at nanometer scale is necessary. Nanoscale Transistors provides a description on the recent development of theory, modeling, and simulation of nanotransistors for electrical engineers, physicists, and chemists working on nanoscale devices. Simple physical pictures and semi-analytical models, which were validated by detailed numerical simulations, are provided for both evolutionary and revolutionary nanotransistors. After basic concepts are reviewed, the text summarizes the essentials of traditional semiconductor devices, digital circuits, and systems to supply a baseline against which new devices can be assessed. A nontraditional view of the MOSFET using concepts that are valid at nanoscale is developed and then applied to nanotube FET as an example of how to extend the concepts to revolutionary nanotransistors. This practical guide then explore the limits of devices by discussing conduction in single molecules

Special Issue Recent Advances in Theory and Application of Modeling and Simulation

Author : Jongsik Lee
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Theory Modeling and Simulation of Liquid Crystals and Polymers

Author : Mehdi Bagheri-Hamaneh
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Chemically Reacting Flow

Author : Robert J. Kee
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A guide to the theoretical underpinnings and practical applications of chemically reacting flow Chemically Reacting Flow: Theory, Modeling, and Simulation, Second Edition combines fundamental concepts in fluid mechanics and physical chemistry while helping students and professionals to develop the analytical and simulation skills needed to solve real-world engineering problems. The authors clearly explain the theoretical and computational building blocks enabling readers to extend the approaches described to related or entirely new applications. New to this Second Edition are substantially revised and reorganized coverage of topics treated in the first edition. New material in the book includes two important areas of active research: reactive porous-media flows and electrochemical kinetics. These topics create bridges between traditional fluid-flow simulation approaches and transport within porous-media electrochemical systems. The first half of the book is devoted to multicomponent fluid-mechanical fundamentals. In the second half the authors provide the necessary fundamental background needed to couple reaction chemistry into complex reacting-flow models. Coverage of such topics is presented in self-contained chapters, allowing a great deal of flexibility in course curriculum design. • Features new chapters on reactive porous-media flow, electrochemistry, chemical thermodynamics, transport properties, and solving differential equations in MATLAB • Provides the theoretical underpinnings and practical applications of chemically reacting flow • Emphasizes fundamentals, allowing the analyst to understand fundamental theory underlying reacting-flow simulations • Helps readers to acquire greater facility in the derivation and solution of conservation equations in new or unusual circumstances • Reorganized to facilitate use as a class text and now including a solutions manual for academic adopters Computer simulation of reactive systems is highly efficient and cost-effective in the development, enhancement, and optimization of chemical processes. Chemically Reacting Flow: Theory, Modeling, and Simulation, Second Edition helps prepare graduate students in mechanical or chemical engineering, as well as research professionals in those fields take utmost advantage of that powerful capability.

Network Modeling Simulation and Analysis in MATLAB

Author : Dac-Nhuong Le
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The purpose of this book is first to study MATLAB programming concepts, then the basic concepts of modeling and simulation analysis, particularly focus on digital communication simulation. The book will cover the topics practically to describe network routing simulation using MATLAB tool. It will cover the dimensions' like Wireless network and WSN simulation using MATLAB, then depict the modeling and simulation of vehicles power network in detail along with considering different case studies. Key features of the book include: Discusses different basics and advanced methodology with their fundamental concepts of exploration and exploitation in NETWORK SIMULATION. Elaborates practice questions and simulations in MATLAB Student-friendly and Concise Useful for UG and PG level research scholar Aimed at Practical approach for network simulation with more programs with step by step comments. Based on the Latest technologies, coverage of wireless simulation and WSN concepts and implementations

Modeling and Simulation of Computer Networks and Systems

Author : Mohammad S. Obaidat
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Modeling and Simulation of Computer Networks and Systems: Methodologies and Applications introduces you to a broad array of modeling and simulation issues related to computer networks and systems. It focuses on the theories, tools, applications and uses of modeling and simulation in order to effectively optimize networks. It describes methodologies for modeling and simulation of new generations of wireless and mobiles networks and cloud and grid computing systems. Drawing upon years of practical experience and using numerous examples and illustrative applications recognized experts in both academia and industry, discuss: Important and emerging topics in computer networks and systems including but not limited to; modeling, simulation, analysis and security of wireless and mobiles networks especially as they relate to next generation wireless networks Methodologies, strategies and tools, and strategies needed to build computer networks and systems modeling and simulation from the bottom up Different network performance metrics including, mobility, congestion, quality of service, security and more... Modeling and Simulation of Computer Networks and Systems is a must have resource for network architects, engineers and researchers who want to gain insight into optimizing network performance through the use of modeling and simulation. Discusses important and emerging topics in computer networks and Systems including but not limited to; modeling, simulation, analysis and security of wireless and mobiles networks especially as they relate to next generation wireless networks Provides the necessary methodologies, strategies and tools needed to build computer networks and systems modeling and simulation from the bottom up Includes comprehensive review and evaluation of simulation tools and methodologies and different network performance metrics including mobility, congestion, quality of service, security and more