Chapter Wise Notes of Simulation and Modeling

Simulation and Modeling

The following notes of Simulation and Modeling for BE Computer and Electronics & Communication IV-II are according to the updated course structure and are compiled by Prof. Dr. Subarna Shakya and Er. Pratap Sapkota. Click on chapter-wise links to get the notes in pdf format. Access: IOE Syllabus of Simulation and Modeling. If there is any problem in link or file, feel free to mention. We would like to thank Prof S. Shakya and Er. Pratap Sapkota for compiling the notes. Additional PowerPoint slides are also available below.

  1. Introduction to Simulation
  2. Physical and Mathematical models
  3. Continuous system simulation
  4. Queuing system
  5. Markov chains
  6. Random Number
  7. Verification and validation of simulation models
  8. Analysis of simulation output
  9. Simulation software
  10. Simulation of computer systems

PowerPoint slides and additional files:

Additional PDF notes of Simulation and Modeling by Er. Pratap Sapkota:

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  1. […] The following syllabus of Simulation and Modeling (Subject code:CT 753) is included as a regular course for BE Computer last year – second semester and has a total of 3 lecture, 1 tutorial and 1.5 practical. Simulation and Modeling is introduced in updated IOE Syllabus with the primary objective to provide the knowledge of discrete and continuous system, random numbers generation, queuing system and computer system simulation. Read: Chapter wise PDF notes and PowerPoint slides of Simulation and Modeling […]

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