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eBook SimQuick: Process Simulation with Excel epub

by David Hartvigsen

eBook SimQuick: Process Simulation with Excel epub
  • ISBN: 0130289809
  • Author: David Hartvigsen
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Management & Leadership
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (December 29, 2000)
  • Pages: 100 pages
  • ePUB size: 1222 kb
  • FB2 size 1796 kb
  • Formats rtf docx lit mobi


David Hartvigsen received a P. in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University in 1984. After a stint on the faculty of the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, he joined the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.

David Hartvigsen received a P. Professor Hartvigsen has taught Operations Management, Statistics, and Spreadsheet Modeling to traditional MBAs, executive MBAs, and undergraduate business majors

This booklet accompanies a software package called SimQuick.

This booklet accompanies a software package called SimQuick. This booklet accompanies a software package called SimQuick. SimQuick is a freely-distributed Excel spreadsheet (with macros) for building simulation models of processes: waiting lines, supply chains, manufacturing facilities, and project scheduling. SimQuick is easy to learn, easy to use, and flexible in its modeling capability. Recently updated (2016), it has been used i This booklet accompanies a software package called SimQuick.

This booklet accompanies a software package called SimQuick

This booklet accompanies a software package called SimQuick. Recently updated (2016), it has been used in industry and in educational settings since 2001. If you can open an Excel spreadsheet on your computer (PC or Mac), then you can immediately use SimQuick.

Process Simulation with Excel. In his book, which is actually a manual to the software, the author demonstrates how easily simple processes can be simulated with spreadsheets. The book is a clear and well-written user manual for the SimQuick software, and, as such, will be very useful for business students and instructors, to accompany a course in quantitative methods.

Simquick, Process Simulation With Excel. Simulation is an important quantitative technique, but spreadsheet-based approaches sometimes ignore a good portion of it, because basic spreadsheet capabilities are ill suited for discrete event simulation. Prentice Hall Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 Table of Contents Preface Motivation. x How to use the booklet.

x Preface Motivation Process simulation is one of the conceptually simplest and most often applied techniques in Operations Management and Management Science, yet it has not been widely taught to business students.

SimQuick is a freely-distributed Excel spreadsheet (with macros) for building simulation models of processes: waiting lines, supply chains, manufacturing facilities, and project scheduling

SimQuick is a freely-distributed Excel spreadsheet (with macros) for building simulation models of processes: waiting lines, supply chains, manufacturing facilities, and project scheduling.

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A guide to using SimQuick process simulation software in Microsoft Excel. The CD-ROM contains the SimQuick software, and the booklet introduces several key concepts in the process of simulation. System requirements include CD-ROM drive, Microsoft Windows 95, 98, 2000, or Mac OS 8. Plastic comb binding.
Comments: (5)
Zodama
I had the pleasure of taking a course with Professor Hartvigsen and his book was a fantastic guide to using SimQuick. It explains each step of the simulation process near perfectly. I highly recommend this book if you're interested in learning process simulation.
Coiron
It was Just!
Juce
The SIMQUICK has new features. This new version is very good and very useful in teaching operations.
Warianys
It was brand new and cheap step by step instruction and photo of each step in the book helped a lot made sure you was doing the correcting step.
Naktilar
Fantastic tool and useful book.
I have used the tool to model client flows and orders for my restaurant and it definitely helped me understand the number of tables I would have needed. Thanks to the author.
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