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ERIC Number: ED111352
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Jun
Pages: 20
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Computer Assistance in Teaching Dynamic-Stochastic Systems Analysis.
Talpaz, Hovav
A university level course in systems analysis with close contact and massive use of computer time was designed. The objectives of the course were primarily to teach social science graduate students, mostly from economics and agricultural economics, the basic methodological and quantitative tools of systems analysis and design. It was designed to show that the task of teaching principles of systems analysis and its applications to students with no programing background can be achieved using high level simulation language like CSMP/360. Stochastic situations represented by Monte-Carlo simulation were designed in FORTRAN with some preprogramed segments given to the students. An example of such an assignment is provided. (Author/KKC)
Entire Proceedings; Ted Sjoerdsma, Treasurer, CCUC, 1248 Lindquist Center for Measurement, Iowa City, Iowa 52242 ($10.00; Checks payable to the University of Iowa)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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