Simulation, in industry, science, and education,a research or teaching technique that reproducesactual events and processes under testconditions. Developing a simulation is often a highlycomplex mathematical process. Initially a set ofrules, relationships, and operating proceduresare specified, along with other variables. The interaction of these phenomena create newsituations, even new rules, which further evolveas the simulation proceeds. There are many examples of thesesimulations……………….
Computer simulation,is a progarm use torepresent the dynamic responses of one systemby the behavior of another system modeledafter it. A simulation uses a mathematical description,or model, of a real system in the form ofa computer program. The mathamatical model is composed ofequations that duplicate the functionalrelationships within the real system.
The book of nature is written in thelanguage of mathematics NEWTON.
A simulation can also take the form of a computer-graphics image that represents dynamic processesin an animated sequence. Computer simulations are used to study thedynamic behavior of objects or systems inresponse to conditions that cannot be easily orsafely applied in real life. Simulations are especially useful in enablingobservers to measure and predict how thefunctioning of an entire system may be affected byaltering individual components within thatsystem.
Examples: Blue Brain Project ,Life,Krick-Suleman model. Computer simulation is widely use in the fieldof scientific research ,engeenering,ecnomics,industrial research etc