George Allen & Unwin, London 1973; 298 pages, some diarams, appendices, index.
Condition: Very Good dark blue hardcover in Goo+ purple and white dustjacket; jacket chipped and some edgewear and tears. Ex-corporate library rubberstamp and bookplate on front endpage. The binding is secure and sound, the pages are clean and unmarked.
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, 1970's computers and computing, Biography and Company Histories, Computer Science, Computers and Society, Human-Computer Interaction, Word Processing, Data Processing
Item DescriptionUnwin Professional Management series. Includes --introd. to the principles of simulation - random numbers, examples etc;
The Place of Simulation in Management Science and Operational Research; A Review of Some Statistical Concepts; Building Simulation Models; The Use of FORTRAN for Computer Simulation Stuies
The Use of CSL for Computer Simulation Studies -- histircal note; intro to general simulation languages; Queuing Systems
Forecasting and Inventory Control; Simulation of Other Systems; References and Bibliography
Appendices include, Examples in various programming languages -- FORTRAN Programs; BASIC Programs; CSL Programs; A Dispatch Problem - random number tables etc.