PASION tutorial

@article{Raczynski1991PASIONT,
  title={PASION tutorial},
  author={Stanislaw Raczynski},
  journal={1991 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings.},
  year={1991},
  pages={152-156}
}
  • Stanislaw Raczynski
  • Published 1991
  • Computer Science
  • 1991 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings.
  • PASION, a process- and event-oriented simulation language designed for PASCAL users, is discussed. The language has a two-level (process/event) structure and permits the use of all the PASCAL structures. It also offers the main features of object-oriented programming. PASION provides the necessary facilities to handle sequences of random events, queues, and quasi-parallel processes, both discrete and continuous. Examples of simulation in PASION are presented, and implementation is discussed… CONTINUE READING

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