Continuous System Simulation describes systematically and methodically how mathematical models of dynamic systems, usually described by sets of either ordinary or partial differential equations possibly coupled with algebraic equations, can be simulated on a digital computer.

Continuous System - Simulation and Modeling

In this “Continuous System - Simulation and Modeling” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Continuous System Models
  2. Differential Equations
  3. Ordinary Differential Equations
  4. Partial Differential Equation (PDE)
  5. Non-Linear Differential Equations
  6. Linear Differential Equations
  7. Analog Computers
  8. Advantages of Analog Computers
  9. Disadvantages of Analog Computers
  10. Components of Analog Computer
  11. Analog Method
  12. Hybrid Computers
  13. Digital Analog Simulators
  14. Continuous System Simulation Language
  15. CSMP III (Continuous System Modeling Programming III)
  16. Feedback System
  17. Interactive Systems
  18. Real-Time Simulation
  19. Predator-Prey Model

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