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The most popular vehicles for logic programming are LISP and PROLOG. <italic>APL2</italic> has the important features of these languages and more. On one hand, <italic>APL2</italic> has all the expressive power of LISP and implementation of PROLOG in <italic>APL2</italic> is not difficult. On the other hand, <italic>APL2</italic> includes facilities for(More)
An analytical queueing model generator (QMOD) is a package for generating and analyzing queueing networks. A description of a queueing network, written in a language meaningful to the user, is compiled into a set of matrices that characterize an analytical model of the network. Network flow rates are computed and used to derive arrival rates at each(More)
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