Simulation and S Guide - Resources and Review

Collection of documents and links about parallel processing, including algorithms, architecture, performance, simulation, teaching, theory, tools, and systems.
As well as production of simulations of a range of engineering systems, the aim of the Interact project is to increase the use of simulations in engineering teaching. Software simulations in various areas of engineering have been produced which can be run stand
alone or integrated into the Web.
Journal covering the fields of mathematics and computers as they apply to the dynamics of systems, their simulation and scientific computation in general. Topics covered include: mathematical tools in the foundations of systems modelling, specific applications in science and engineering, numerical analysis and the development of algorithms for simulation, hardware for simulation (digital, analog and hybrid), special software and compilers, the general philosophy of systems simulation, and its impact on disciplinary and interdisciplinary research.
Details of numerical software libraries for the solution of mathematical problems, statistical software, compilers and tools, visualisation software, symbolic software and simulation software.
Online course on computer systems modelling and simulation, providing modelling tools for simulating complex man
made systems, with example Fortran programs and SPSS commands. Topics covered include statistics and probability for simulation, techniques for sensitivity estimation, goal-seeking and optimisation techniques, including optimisation by simulation.
Set of peer reviewed journals in the broad area of physics, with full text access available to members of subscribing institutions. Tables of contents and the full text of featured articles are freely available to all. The electronic journals offer full text with mathematics and graphics, and allow searching, browsing and printing. Some titles, eg Nanotechnology, offer multimedia features such as videos of molecular simulations.
Bibliography covering recent advances in discrete event systems simulation, including a classification of optimization techniques and unification of sensitivity estimators.
Links to societies, organisations, simulation tools, journals, and people in Europe and worldwide.
UK artificial intelligence society with an international membership of nearly 900 drawn from academia and industry.
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