Edward C. Russell

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The SIMSCRIPT 11.5 and MODSIM II programming languages are described. SIMSCRIPT 11.5 with its integrated graphical interface, SIMGRAPHICS, sub-st antially reduces time and effort in simulation model development. Its English-like syntax improves read-ability y of the code and. substantially reduces the need for documentation. MODSIM II is a modern(More)
This tutorial will present the highlights of the SIMSCRIPT II.5 approach to building discrete event simulation models. The approach will be to construct a small example problem, implement the program in SIMSCRIPT II.5, and then to display the modularity which is possible with SIMSCRIPT by adding several “real-world” complexities to the model.
This tutorial will present the highlights of the SIMSCRIPT II.5 approach to building discrete event simulation models. The approach will be to construct a small example problem, implement the program in SIMSCRIPT II.5, and then to display the modularity which is possible with SIMSCRIPT II.5 by adding several “real-world” complexities to the(More)
There are at least three levels of abstraction to a simulation programming language. SIMSCRIPT II.5 is making significant progress on all three levels of abstraction. First, at the conceptual level, the long-established “world-view”—consisting of entities, attributes, sets and discrete events—has been extended to include processes(More)
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