CSIM: a C-based process-oriented simulation language

@inproceedings{Schwetman1986CSIMAC,
  title={CSIM: a C-based process-oriented simulation language},
  author={Herb Schwetman},
  booktitle={Winter Simulation Conference},
  year={1986}
}
CSIM is a process-oriented simulation language which is implemented as a superset of the C programming language. Using CSIM, a simulation programmer is able to quickly construct concise models of systems and then to execute these models in an efficient manner. In addition to supporting process-oriented simulation, CSIM as a number of additional features dealing with modeling system resources, message passing, data collection and debugging which ease the task of building simulation models. 
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