Central Connecticut State University, Fall 2000

CS 473 -- Simulation Techniques -- 3 Credits

Section 70, Tue, Thur 5:15 -- 6:30 PM

Room NC C224 Copernicus Hall


GPSS/H Resources.

Important Project Information. The project problems are taken from the text and are listed on the syllabus, but these pages give you important information about what to hand in, and what format to hand it in in.

Differential Equations, The Language of Science. This is an alpha version of Differential Equations, The Language of Science, a brief introduction to scientific simulation, in portable document format (pdf). If you cannot view this directly in your Web browser, save it and use Adobe Acrobat Reader to view it. The terms of the copyright are, you may link to this document, you may index this document, and you may use it for personal use without restriction. Other uses require the permission of the author, me.

Scientific Simulation Demos. Demonstration programs written in Java illustrating the numerical solution of systems of differential equations and simple scientific simulations.

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