A Framework for Web-based E-Learning of Discrete Event Simulation Concepts (2006)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Published
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering.
This paper describes selected e-learning materials developed as part of a cooperative simulationsupported learning initiative for university courses on discrete event simulation. These materials include Java applets for teaching general simulation concepts, as well as a web tutorial and an Internet-hosted simulation laboratory which teaches how to use a simulation framework in Java.
CitationPage, B., Kreutzer, W. (2006) A Framework for Web-based E-Learning of Discrete Event Simulation Concepts. Magdeburg, Germany: 17th Simulation and Visualization 2006, 2-3 Mar 2006. Simulation und Visualisierung 2006, 195-204.
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