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Essential Principles of Simulation Data Management
Posted Thu November 07, 2013 @10:05AM
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Announcements Engineers and engineering departments are facing a rapid and continuous increase in the size and complexity of the data sets they need to manage. Simulation & Process Data Management solutions have both enabled organisations to get their data under control and to achieve significant reductions in time spent on laborious data management tasks.

NAFEMS will present Essential Principles of Simulation Data Management in a three-week online training course to be held November 12-26.


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This course aims to teach the essential principles of simulation data management including the management of data files, the management of metadata and the management of process data.

It aims to provide the delegate with an understanding of the benefits they could achieve through the deployment of an SPDM solution in their organisation and how to justify such a deployment. It aims to enable students to develop the SPDM-related competencies listed within the NAFEMS PSE scheme.

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