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2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ENEE 662 - Modeling, Simulation and Analysis

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This is a required course for the Systems Engineering (SE) track in the MSEE program. It is intended for those who wish to understand the art of building and using models and simulations for analysis. It covers the major types of models and simulations, their key features and the process of developing those simulations. Topics addressed include simulation architectures; cost and risk analysis; experimental design; simulation control and interfaces; languages and hardware platforms; requirements and architecture definition; simulation design and implementation; verification, validation and accreditation; estimating, planning and controlling simulation efforts; and the current state-of-the-art for simulation.
Prerequisite: Prerequisites: BS degree in EE or related field and a working knowledge of C/C++ or similar programming language. In addition, students are required to pass a Mathematics and MATLAB fundamentals test OR pass ENEE 669 - Mathematics and MATLAB Fundamentals for Engineers .



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