Discrete-Event Simulation : Modeling , Programming , and Analysis

  title={Discrete-Event Simulation : Modeling , Programming , and Analysis},
  author={George S. Fishman}
The book is 537 pages long and is divided in ten chapters, in which the author gives an excellent and complete introduction to all aspects related to discrete-event computer simulation. Although the author uses a clear language and does not pre-suppose any discrete-event simulation knowledge from the reader, some background in probability theory, statistics and calculus is necessary to feel comfortable with the book. 
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