ProModel is excited to announce the fourth edition of Simulation Using ProModel. Co-written by our founder Charles Harrell and senior vice president Bruce Gladwin with other industry experts, Simulation Using ProModel is published by Cognella Academic Publishing. To learn more about the fourth edition, view a digital preview, and purchase copies, please visit the Cognella website.
Simulation Using ProModel helps students build competence and confidence in the use of simulation through hands-on application. The text features a blend of theory and practice, real-life examples, case studies, and lab exercises using ProModel to help students develop their knowledge and abilities.
Part I consists of 14 study chapters. The first four chapters introduce simulation, its application to system design and improvement, and how simulation works. Chapters 5 through 11 cover the practical and theoretical aspects of conducting a simulation project, including applying simulation optimization. Chapters 12 through 14 cover applications of simulation to manufacturing, material handling, and service systems.
Part II features 14 labs that correlate with the 14 chapters in Part I. Each lab guides students through the steps of modeling a situation using ProModel and then provides exercises to further develop their skills.
Simulation Using ProModel, Fourth Edition – available from Cognella Academic Publishing
Biman Ghosh is a professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Royce Bowden served at Mississippi State University and Wichita State University as a College of Engineering dean, associate dean, department head, and professor. He specializes in simulation
output analysis and co-developed the first widely used simulation optimization software.
Bruce Gladwin is a senior vice president at ProModel Corporation. With more than 30 years of experience in the simulation field, Bruce has worked with major corporations worldwide, developing hundreds of models across a wide range of industries.
Charles Harrell is retired from teaching in the Engineering and Technology School at Brigham Young University. He is the founder of ProModel Corporation, where he still maintains a role on the board of directors.