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學生對 明尼苏达大学 提供的 Simulation Models for Decision Making 的評價和反饋

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This course is primarily aimed at third- and fourth-year undergraduate students or graduate students interested in learning simulation techniques to solve business problems. The course will introduce you to take everyday and complex business problems that have no one correct answer due to uncertainties that exist in business environments. Simulation modeling allows us to explore various outcomes and protect personal or business interests against unwanted outcomes. We can model uncertainties by using the concepts of probability and stepwise thinking. Stepwise thinking allows us to break down the problem in smaller components, explore dependencies between related events and allows us to focus on aspects of problem that are prone to changes due to future uncertainties. The course will introduce you to advanced Excel techniques to model and execute simulation models. Many of the Excel techniques learned in the course will be useful beyond simulation modeling. We will learn both Monte Carlo simulation techniques where overall outcome is of primary interest and discrete event simulation where intermediate dependencies between related events might be of interest. The course will introduce you to several practical issues in simulation modeling that are normally not covered in textbooks. The course uses a few running examples throughout the course to demonstrate concepts and provide concrete modeling examples. After taking the course a student will be able to develop fairly advanced simulation models to explore fairly broad range of business environments and outcomes....

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1 - Simulation Models for Decision Making 的 5 個評論(共 5 個)

創建者 Chananthorn S

2021年10月10日

Simulation Model is very complexity for data analysis but in this course have many Discrete Event case for practice and finally you can decision how to use suitable model and how to fixed value for create your business strategy through the data that you have.

創建者 Loo C

2021年6月5日

I learned a lot of interesting knowledge from this course and the specialization in general.

創建者 Chow K M

2021年10月8日

G​reat exposure to the techniques of simulation.

創建者 Auref R

2021年7月1日

P​erfect

創建者 Sophia C

2021年8月19日

​i did not like this course. The visual material is 'old style' power point with very text heavy slides which at times had cheezy 'clip art' animations of dice or students switching chairs running at a high speed in the background. (The purpose was to illustrate chance events.)

The professors are well qualified but the visual material was so poor and distracting to me I decided not to finish this course and seek a better one. I suggest a total re-do of the visual material with a designer and modern graphics.