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Discrete Event Simulation – Applied Research

Discrete Event Simulation presentation to ASSR’s  May 2009  forum by Michelle Gosse, Senior Advisor Mathematics and Statistics at the Ministry of Defence and published in ASSR Newsletter July 2005. 875 more words

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Pamela Bradford

Title: Director of Consulting Services

Company: Bradford and May

Location: Orem, Utah

Pamela Bradford considers the preservation of individual privacy and proprietary information security to be the most important issue in the information services industry given the increasing number of delivery interface methods and devices available to consumers. 211 more words


Puck Possession and the Leafs Defensive Zone

For over a year and a half now, the Toronto Maple Leafs have been a case study of advanced stats, as seen here, here… 884 more words


Enterprise-level business systems analysis -- analysis phase

Once a project has been determined to be desirable, it is time to start the detailed information gathering processes. That information is then documented and approved, feeding the next phase in the SDLC process, design. 1,104 more words


Charting connections: the next challenge for systems analysis

At IIASA in Laxenburg this week, renowned mathematician Don Saari laid out a challenge for the Institute’s scientists:  to better understand complex systems, he said, researchers must find better ways to model the interactions between different factors. 417 more words


Business systems analysis - design phase

Design is perhaps the hardest part of the SDLC. Even though you are forming ideas in your mind while amassing the information and developing the analysis, now you need to formulate the picture and predetermine which questions or problems will occur and try to solve them ahead of time. 1,587 more words