CSVTU BE VII Semester EE Modeling & Simulation Syllabus

CSVTU BE VII Semester EE Modeling & Simulation Syllabus

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai

Semester: 7th Branch: Electrical Engg.

Subject: Modeling & Simulation


System Models & Role of simulation: Basic concept & nomenclature, Types of system-Determination, Stochastic, Continous & Discrete Systems, System Simulation-Uses of simulation & its limitation, Steps in simulation studies-Statistical Tool: Generation & Testing of pseudorandom numbers, Randomvariate generation for Uniform, Exponential Normal & passion distributions, Sampling & Estimation, Maximum Likelihood estimation, Confidence interval estimation.

 Unit –II

Discrete Event Simulation: – Representation of time, Approach to discrete event simulation Queuing Models- Single & multi-server queues, Steady state behavior of queues, Network of queues, Inventory System simulation, Programming languages for discrete system simulation-GPSS, SIMSCRIPT (Brief overview)


Modeling & performance Evaluation of computer Systems: Behavioral, Data flow & structural modeling,Overview of hardware, Modelling & Simulation, Simulation for behavioral model, Evaluation of multiprocessor systems, workload characterization & Benchmarks.


Continuous System Simulation: Continuous System Models-Open & closed loop systems, Model described by differential equations, Systems dynamics, Growth & decay models, Systems dynamics diagram, Simulation of aircraft models, Biological & sociological systems simulation, Simulation Languages Overview-CSMP.


Virtual Reality Modeling: Overview of Virtual Reality Modeling Language VRML 20,creating dynamic worlds, integrating JavaScript’s either VRML Verification & Validation of Simulation Models: Goals of Model Verification & validation, Input data Analysis, Output Analysis, Sensitivuity analysis, Hypothsis testing, Performance measures & their estimation


1. Discrete System Simulation, J.E.Banks, Prentice Hall

2. System Simulation, G.Gordon, PHI

3. Computer Systems Performance Evaluation, D.Ferrari, Prentice Hall

Reference Books:

1. A VHDL Primer, J.Bhastav, Prentice Hall

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