D. P. Sanderson

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The Hierarchical Simulation Language (HSL) was designed and developed to serve process-oriented simulation of discrete systems. It is interpreter-based and hence offers certain advantages, such as portability (hexdware independence) and modifiability (during program execution). An HSL model consists of two major sections. The Environment contains the(More)
The rise of XML as a de facto standard for document and data exchange has created a need to store and query XML documents in relational databases, today's de facto standard for data storage. Two common strategies for storing XML documents in relational databases, a process known as document shredding, are Interval encoding and ORDPATH encoding. Interval(More)
The advance of the " learning supermarkets " (Taylor, 1998) and the 'virtual' university has created a sense of urgency for administrators and organizational management in higher education. Policy and management rhetoric assert that market relevancy lies with cutting edge educational and organisational practices. As a result new technologies such as(More)
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