SALEM-a programming system for the simulation of systems described by partial differential equations

@inproceedings{Morris1968SALEMaPS,
  title={SALEM-a programming system for the simulation of systems described by partial differential equations},
  author={Stanley M. Morris and William E. Schiesser},
  booktitle={AFIPS '68 (Fall, part I)},
  year={1968}
}
Digital simulation has attained a broad and enthusiastic usage in recent years, due largely to the increased speed and flexibility of digital computer hardware and the notable efforts of the authors of simulation programs such as MIMIC, DSL-90, PACTOLUS, and many others. All of these programs perform basically a single task: they solve a system of ordinary differential equations of the initial value type. Indeed, the expression "digital simulation of continuous systems" has become synonymous… CONTINUE READING