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Simulation of discrete stochastic systems
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|Statement||[by] Herbert Maisel [and] Giuliano Gnugnoli.|
|Contributions||Gnugnoli, Giuliano, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||T57.62 .M35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 465 p.|
|Number of Pages||465|
|LC Control Number||72080761|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maisel, Herbert, Simulation of discrete stochastic systems. Chicago, Science Research Associates . The advance in available computer technology, especially of cluster and cloud computing, has paved the way for the realization of a number of stochastic simulation optimization for complex discrete event systems.
This book will introduce two important techniques initially proposed and developed by Professor Y C Ho and his team; namely Format: Hardcover. JAMES C. SPALL is a member of the Principal Professional Staff at the Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, and is the Chair of the Applied and Computational Mathematics Program within the Johns Hopkins School of Engineering.
Spall has published extensively in the areas of control and statistics and holds two U.S. patents. Among other appointments, he is Associate Author: James C. Spall. Stochastic discrete-event systems (SDES) capture the randomness in choices and over time due to activity delays and the probabilities of decisions.
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Simulation of Reacting Systems. The Stochastic Simulation Algorithm (SSA) proposed by Gillespie () is a numerical procedure for the exact simulation of the time evolution of a reacting system.
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We present approximation methods for quantities related to solutions of stochastic differential systems, based on the simulation of time-discrete Markov chains. The motivations come from Random Mechanics and the numerical integration of certain deterministic P.D.E.'s by Cited by: Read "Stochastic Simulation Optimization for Discrete Event Systems Perturbation Analysis, Ordinal Optimization, and Beyond" by Chun-Hung Chen available from Rakuten Kobo.
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This book extrapolates many of the concepts that are well defined for discrete-time deterministic sliding-mode control for use with discrete-time stochastic systems.
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