AMS162: Design and Analysis of Computer Simulation Experiments

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Methods for the design and analysis of computer simulation experiments: random number generation; estimation of sample size necessary to achieve desired precision goals; antithetic variables and other devices for increasing simulation efficiency; analysis of the output of large "deterministic" computer programs, exploring the sensitivity of outputs to changes in the inputs. Applications drawn mainly from engineering and environmental sciences. Prerequisite(s): course 5 or 7 or 113 or 131 or Computer Engineering 107 or permission of instructor. (General Education Code(s): Q.) The Staff, H. Lee

5 Credits

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2006-07
2005-06
2004-05

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