monte carlo simulation is used to give solutions of deterministic problems whereas
stochastic simulation is used for stochastic problems.
well,both are different methods but the answers are same.
ratio and difference
To find the sum of integers, you use addition.To find the difference, you use subtraction.
You need to give more information about which specific method you mean. simulation in numerical analysis just means using a computer to run different algorithms to solve continuous problems that can't be solved by normal or analytical methods. Considering the large amount of different algorithms there are for different topics and even different variations on those algorithms, I can't answer your question unless you specify which method it is you want to know the steps for.
C. W. Gardiner has written: 'Handbook of Stochastic Methods' 'Stochastic methods' -- subject(s): Stochastic processes 'Quantum noise' -- subject(s): Stochastic processes, Quantum optics, Josephson junctions
Combination of two simulation methods such as an agent-based simulation and a discrete time step simulation
analytical methods is Dividing a system logically into basic parts and Reasoning or acting from a perception of the parts and interrelations of a subject while simulation is a technique of conducting experiments using models of a system to figure out the behaviour at different environments
There are no methods or events in C.
Dieter W. Heermann has written: 'Parallel algorithms in computational science' -- subject(s): Parallel algorithms, Parallel processing (Electronic computers) 'Computer simulation methods in theoretical physics' -- subject(s): Computer simulation, Data processing, Mathematical models, Mathematical physics, Molecular dynamics, Stochastic processes
A disadvantage of simulation in comparison to exact mathematical methods is that simulation cannot naturally be used to find an optimal solution. There are methods which long to optimize the result, but simulation is not inherently an optimization tool. Simulation is often the only means to approach complex systems analysis. Many systems cannot be modeled with mathematical equations. Simulation is then the only way to get information at all. Another disadvantage is that it can be quite expensive to build a simulation model. First, the process that is to be modeled must be well understood, although a simulation can often help to understand a process better. The most expensive part of creating a simulation model is the collection of data to feed the simulation, and to determine stochastic distributions (e.g. processing times, arrival rates etc.). Another key point is to ensure the model is valid, i. e. it's behavior mirrors that of the original (physical) system. For systems that don't exist yet, because simulation is used for planning it, this is especially hard. Unsufficient validation and verfication of a simulation model is one of the top reasons for failing simulation projects. The consequence is false results, and this lessens the credibility of the method in general.
Charles Hersey Adair has written: 'A guide for simulation design' -- subject(s): Simulation methods
Kai Esmark has written: 'Advanced simulation methods for ESD protection development' -- subject(s): Electric discharges, Electronic apparatus and appliances, Electrostatics, Protection, Simulation methods
Jim Ledin has written: 'Simulation engineering' -- subject(s): Embedded computer systems, Simulation methods, Testing