Lee W. Lacy

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The Discrete Event Simulation (DES) process interaction world view describes models that focus on simulated entities that progress through a series of temporally related activities. DES formalisms and vendor approaches for representing DES models serve as a basis for developing an open neutral representation of models that can be encoded into ontologies.(More)
Discrete event simulation development requires significant investments in time and resources. Descriptions of discrete event simulation models are associated with world views, including the process-interaction orientation. Historically, these models have been encoded using high-level programming languages or special purpose (typically vendor-specific)(More)
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