Introduction

Computer simulation has become a new and commonly recognized approach to scientific research along with conventional experimentation. The latter harshly restricts a mathematical model that is supposed to be as sophisticated as the available conventional research methods permit. As for computer simulation, with ever-growing computing power, the degree of mathematical model complexity depends mainly on the researchers' understanding of phenomena they try to model. This is a key factor in the success that computer simulation has recently achieved in the scientific community.

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