Monday, December 17, 2007

System dynamics course

Have you heard of system dynamics here or in your reading elsewhere? Would you like to learn more, including how to create computer simulation models to make sense of some of the challenges and puzzles you face, be they at work or in the news?

The University of Washington Information School is offering IMT 586, a first course in system dynamics, in the winter quarter. Yes, I'll be teaching it. You can learn more about it, including tips on how to register, in my earlier posting called Information Dynamics: IMT 586. My instructor class description lists the three goals I have for this course. For anyone concerned about the level of mathematics required in this course, that page also points to a brief description by the author of our text describing the level of mathematics needed to do this work.

I look forward to meeting some of you in that class!

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