About the Authors JERRY BANKS, professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech is the lead author. Dr. Banks is the author or co-author of many texts in simulation and other areas. Prominent in the simulation community, he served for eight years as the IIE representative to the board of the Winter Simulation Conference, and two years as Chair of that body. He has been very active in simulation consulting. His co-authors are Barry Burnette, Henry Kozloski, and Jimmy Rose. They are recent recipients of Master's Degrees in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech and have been influential in writing the book from the perspective of the student.
Introduction to Siman V and Cinema V / Edition 1by Jerry Banks, Barry B. Burnette, Henry Kozloski, James D. Rose
A Hands-On Introduction that Gets You Up and Running Fast Introduction to Siman V and Cinema V This hands-on book/disk package is a practical guide to SIMAN V, and its animator, Cinema V. Written by a simulation expert and his team, this focused resource concentrates on the language, rather than the theory of simulation. It introduces the process-interaction… See more details below
A Hands-On Introduction that Gets You Up and Running Fast Introduction to Siman V and Cinema V This hands-on book/disk package is a practical guide to SIMAN V, and its animator, Cinema V. Written by a simulation expert and his team, this focused resource concentrates on the language, rather than the theory of simulation. It introduces the process-interaction features of SIMAN, and shows you how to use them efficiently and productively. Introduction to Siman V teaches by example, including a wealth of computer inputs and outputs. Plus, it features a single running example throughout the text an example that becomes increasingly complex as you master each new feature. Here’s How the Book is Organized:
- Chapter 1 provides an overview of the simulation process
- Chapter 2 provides an overview of Siman V
- Chapters 3-11 describe Siman V using examples that increase in complexity as new features are added
- Chapters 12 and 13 describe advanced features of Siman V
- Chapter 14 introduces Cinema V within the Arena environment
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- Edition description:
- New Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.71(d)
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Table of Contents
The Simulation Process.
Introduction and Overview.
Basic Blocks and Elements.
Using the Interactive Run Controller.
More Intermediate Resource Concepts.
Animation Using Cinema in the ARENA Environment.
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