What are (computer) Simulation Problems?

Mathematically speaking a Simulation is the same as an Optimization Problem without an objective (function). What simulation problem does not have a goal/objective? For example, if your planning a trip do you know where you are going? How many pilots take-off without a destination point? But ask a dozen engineers what is the purpose of their new design and you'll probably get more than a dozen 'goals', why? No team leaders ... No teams.

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How? Through teaching & practicing what is called Objective-driven Engineering, Objective-driven Research, and Objective-driven ManagementBuild Objective-driven Teams for future project designs.

Simulation Examples:

 Body Plasma Voice Coil Motor design *** Multi-Level Simulations ***
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Problem-Solving Applications include:

 CurvFit: a curve fitting program with Lorentzian, Sine, Exponential and Power series are available models to match your data. Match-n-Freq: a Matched Filter program used to filter signals and slim pulses.

Industry Problem-Solving Descriptions include:

 Electrical Filter Design: find the transfer function's poles & zeros; H(s) = Yout(s) / Yin(s). Pulse Slimming to minimize InterSymbol Interference: via Arbitrary Equalization with Simple LC Structures to reduce errors. Voice Coil Motor: basically an electromagnetic transducer in which a coil placed in a magnetic pole gap experiences a force proportional to the current passing through the coil. AC Motor Design: a simulation program for A.C. motor design that was reapplied as a constrained optimization problem with 12 unknown parameters and 7 constraints. Digitized Signal from Magnetic Recording: Magnetic recording of transitions written onto a computer disc drive may produce an isolated pulse as shown. PharmacoKinetics: an open-two- compartment model with first order absorption into elimination from central compartment is presented here.

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