Modeling and simulation stands a vital part of many areas of engineering, allowing engineers to reason about the expected behaviour of a system without having to physically implement it. Simulation pervades considerably of electrical engineering, for instance models of individual electronic devices, circuit simulation, network modeling, compression of speech/audio/image/video signals, design of biomedical devices, and modeling of physical systems for control drives. Modelling allows an abstract representation of a signal or system in a (mathematically) compact and/or basic form that is extremely useful in various fields, including analysis, design, compression, classification, and control. The main high-level aim of the computation in electrical engineering is to to provide a thorough grounding in aspects of constructing and applying models and their simulation using well-known simulation tools (MATLAB and C). In particular, it looks at how continuous-time systems can be signified and simulated using (discrete-time) computers. This also provides an interesting insight into the relationship between physical systems and computing algorithms.