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Department of Transportation, Communication and Management

Science/Institute of International Management
R551700 System Dynamics and Scenario nalysis!系統動態與情境分析"!英語授課"
#all $010 !%% 學年度第1 學期"
1. The Institute of International Management is dedicated to providing a quality teaching and
research environment to provide students with a broad, integrated knowledge of
management in preparation for successful careers in business, government or academia.
2. The mission of the Masters and !h"s programs at the "epartment of Transportation,
#ommunication and Management $cience is to incubate innovative professionals with
global mind in ubiquitous services.
&eneral 'rogram (earning &oals (goals covered by this course are indicated):
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Students should be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
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Students should solve strategic problems with a creative and innovative approach.
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Students should demonstrate leadership sills and ethics demanded of a person in authority.
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Students should possess a global economic and management perspective.
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Students should possess the necessary sills and values demanded of a true professional.
Instructor) #r. $evin %. &wang
*ffice +ours) ' (:1)pm * 12:))pm
,mail) hwangis+mail.ncu.edu.tw
Tel) ),-2."."." e/t. "3220 or "323!
'rere-uisite)
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Course Description)
2earning of system dynamics including system analysis3 modeling3 simulation analysis3
and sensitivity analysis to enable professions or organi4ations to deal with possible
outcome of a system and to develop and evaluate most liely scenarios to ma/imi4e the
benefits or minimi4e the impacts of a system under uncertain environments. 5his is a
Strategic 6anagement course.
Course *./ecti0es)
System #ynamics will teach students to loo at a problem from a systematic and holistic
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approach. 5he positive feedbac loop3 negative feedbac loop3 and their combination with
the application of level3 flow3 criteria convertor3 and interaction connector will be taught.
2earning and application of causal diagram to loo into a simple system then how to
decompose a large complicate system into many understandable sub-systems will be
taught. System #ynamics is a methodology for analysis of environmental3 social3
financial3 population growth issues3 etc. 7ith the tool of System #ynamics3 different
scenarios can be effectively proposed and evaluated for their benefit and cost. 5hus the
methodology together with the development of scenarios is the prime ob8ective of the
course.
Content Summary)
1. 9ntroduction: 5he 1otion of a System. (:hap. 1)
2. System ;pproach and %roblem-Solving %hilosophies. (:hap 2)
3. ; Software %erspectives3 5ime and Space. (:hap 3)
!. System #ynamics 6odeling. (:hap. !)
6idterm
". #ynamic Simulation and System #ynamics. (:hap. ")
,. :ase study.
.. 6odeling %rocedure and :ausal #iagramming (:hap. ,)
0. :lassification of 6odel Variables and <raphical 9ntegration. (:hap .)
(. System =>uations3 5he 6athematical 6odel. (:hap 0)
1). 1umerical Simulation. (:hap ()
11. Simulation ?sing Stellar. (:hap 1))
12. ?nit Structures of System #ynamics 6odels. (:hap. 11)
13. ?rban 6odeling and @egion 6odeling. (:hap. 12)
1!. 7orld 6odeling. (:hap. 13)
Instruction Materials)
1. Agata3 $atsuhio3 BSystem #ynamics3B 3Ce3 %rentice &all3 1((0.
2. @owell3 #ere3 7ormley3 #avid 1.3 B9ntroduction to System #ynamics3B %rentice
&all3 1((..
3. 5he computer software of Stellar.
!. %rovided class notes
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 7ritten :ommunication 2)D ")D 2)D
C'SI  :reativity and 9nnovation 1"D 2"D 1)D 1)D
 %roblem Solving 1"D 2"D 1)D 1)D
 ;nalytical Sills 1"D 2"D 1)D 1)D
(,D  2eadership E =thic
 Social responsibility
&(*2  <lobal ;wareness 3"D 2"D 2)D 2)D 2)D
3S'  Values3 Sills E %rofess.
 9nformation 5echnology
 6anagement Sills
Class Meeting Sc4edule) ,0ery #riday from $)10pm to 5)00pm
Teac4ing Met4ods) 5raditional teaching3 group discussion3 lecture notes3 case teaching
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