A history of discrete event simulation programming languages

@inproceedings{Nance1996AHO,
  title={A history of discrete event simulation programming languages},
  author={R. Nance},
  year={1996}
}
The history of simulation programming languages is organized as a progression in periods of similar developments. The five periods, spanning 1955--1986, are labeled: The Period of Search (1955--1960); The Advent (1961--1965); The Formative Period (1966--1970); The Expansion Period (1971--1978); and The Period of Consolidation and Regeneration (1979--1986). The focus is on recognizing the people and places that have made important contributions in addition to the nature of the contribution. A… Expand
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