Glynn's interests include discrete-event simulation, computational probability, queuing, and general theory for stochastic systems. Current applications areas include performance engineering for communications networks, control algorithms for wireless networks, and computational finance.
For a detailed description of Glynn's research and a list of all his publications, see his personal page.
- MS&E 121: Introduction to Stochastic Modeling
- MS&E 221: Stochastic Modeling
- MS&E 223: Simulation
- MS&E 321: Stochastic Systems
- MS&E 322: Stochastic Calculus and Control
Winter Simulation Conference 2005: The Initial Transient Problem
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