• Computer Science
  • Published in WSC '83 1983

“Interactive” - a user friendly simulation language

@inproceedings{Mourant1983InteractiveA,
  title={“Interactive” - a user friendly simulation language},
  author={Ronald R. Mourant and Raman Lakshmanan},
  booktitle={WSC '83},
  year={1983}
}
INTERACTIVE is a Pascal based network simulation language that is designed to be used on microcomputers. The language enables simulation models to be represented in a process-oriented structure using eighteen network node symbols. The simulation of a network model is performed in four steps. First, the physical model is described as a network diagram by combining the node symbols. In step 2, the details of the network diagram are entered into the computer using a “Forms Editor.” In step 3… CONTINUE READING

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