K. K. Bagchi

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Editor's Introduction We start our monograph on Object-Oriented Simulation with a good introductory chapter that provides us with the basics for Object-Oriented Simulation (OOS). This chapter provides a brief survey of OOS concepts and practices with a general review discussion. Simulation is regarded as a special kind of software design. Reusability,(More)
Traditionally, two kinds of models - analytical and discrete-event simulator - have been used for functional modeling of multiple-microprocessor architectures (1,2). Given the complexity of design emanating from interactions among various components of such architectures - both hardware and software - useful models of such systems are very difficult to(More)
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