Derivation of a simulation model of a university library system

by Margaret Beckman

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Statementby Margaret Beckman.
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In a A model used in discrete system simulation has a number of numbers to represent the state of a system. A number used to represent some aspect of the system state is called a state.

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management system. We used the Entity-Relationship model to design a database that will store and organize the library's data. We have created the database using SQL and populated it with some sample data. The system can keep track of library cards, customers, librarians, library locations, books, videos, and the relationships between them.

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