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This paper introduces a software application that simulates the most common types of queues. It also compares the simulations results with the values that the mathematical model predicts for specific types of queues. Thus, the software we have developed has two academic aspects. The first one applies to its ability to simulate most of the queuing processes… (More)

In this paper we suggest a new approach in the way that a network modeling and simulation or a queuing theory course can be developed. Beyond the mathematical model that sometimes is too difficult for students to understand, this paper introduces the use of Unified Modeling Language as the mean to teach modeling of discrete event systems such as queues and… (More)

- Sotiris Manitsaris, Athanasios Perdos, Savvas Pavlidis
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- 2006

This paper presents the specifications of an open – source Learning Management System using ICT, which was implemented on a Greek High school. This effort began because of our interest to see the impact of the use of Multimedia and Internet resources having elearning content, in a classroom. Greece lags far behind in use of Internet towards other European… (More)

This paper presents how a new teaching method in the way that a queuing theory and systems modeling or simulation course can be done, was evaluated by the teachers and the students that attended the course and answered a questionnaire. This course is based on the use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) as the mean to teach modeling of discrete event systems… (More)

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