CAP3880 Simulation Software Design
This course is an introduction to data structures, algorithms, programming methodologies and software architectures in support of computer simulation. Topics include lists, queues, sets, trees, searching, sorting, reusable code and order of complexity. Simulation structures developed include event lists, time management and queuing models. Software models are implemented and tested.
Prerequisites: COT 3103, CDA 3100 and CEN 3024.
Terms Typically Offered: Spring
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