Implementation of BEDSOCS: An Interactive Simulation Language

@article{Eidelson1980ImplementationOB,
  title={Implementation of BEDSOCS: An Interactive Simulation Language},
  author={A. F. Eidelson and I. J. Robinson},
  journal={Comput. J.},
  year={1980},
  volume={23},
  pages={233-236}
}
Bradford EDucational Simulation language fOr Continuous Systems (BEDSOCS), is an interactive digital computer language designed to allow the easy solution of problems described in terms of ordinary differential equations. The language uses Dartmouth BASIC as the procedural language and, like most BASIC systems, operates interpretively. BEDSOCS has such advanced features as automatic equation sorting, variable-step integration and graphic displays. The equations describing the simulation need… CONTINUE READING

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BEDSOCS MARK I Reference Manual, Postgraduate School of Studies in computing, University of Bradford

  • G. BROWN
  • 1973

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