MC 00410 Guide to the James R. Wilson Papers, 1992 and 1999
This collection is arranged chronologically by year.
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Wilson, James R., 1948-
0.5 Linear feet
General Physical Description
1 archival box
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Gift of James R. Wilson, 2011 (Accession 2011.0088)
Processed by Judy Allen Dodson; finding aid created by Judy Allen Dodson
This collection contains three VHS videotapes from the Winter Simulation Conference during 1992 and 1999.
Dr. James R. Wilson, NC State University professor, Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering received his education from Rice University where he received his B.A., in 1970 and his M.S.,in 1977 and his Ph.D., in 1979 from Purdue University.
His areas of interest are in probabilistic and statistical issues in the design and analysis of large-scale simulation experiments, including: modeling, estimation, and generation of stochastic input processes; analysis of output processes; improving simulation efficiency using variance reduction techniques; optimization using multiple-comparison and search procedures; and applying all these techniques to the analysis of production systems.
James R. Wilson has been a member of the Industrial and Systems Engineering faculty at North Carolina State University since 1991. He served as head of the department from 1999 to 2007.
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[Identification of item], James Wilson Papers, MC 00410, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC
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