Activity cycle diagrams and the three-phase method

@inproceedings{Paul1993ActivityCD,
  title={Activity cycle diagrams and the three-phase method},
  author={Ray J. Paul},
  booktitle={WSC '93},
  year={1993}
}
This tutorial paper looks at two modeling tools that are popular in European simulation modeling. These are Activity Cycle Diagrams, which represent the logical flow of a simulation model conceptually; and the Three Phase Method, which is a world view of program eonstrnction. Each tool is described, and comments made on their relative merits to the wider simulation community. 
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