Telsim, a user-oriented language for simulating continuous systems at a remote terminal

@inproceedings{Busch1966TelsimAU,
  title={Telsim, a user-oriented language for simulating continuous systems at a remote terminal},
  author={Kenneth J. Busch},
  booktitle={AFIPS '66 (Fall)},
  year={1966}
}
  • Kenneth J. Busch
  • Published in AFIPS '66 (Fall) 1966
  • Computer Science
  • Telsim is a TELetypewriter SIMulation language designed for nonprogrammers and written for a moderate-size time-sharing system. It simulates continuous systems that can be described by a block diagram. Its input language is a natural engineering description of the boxes that comprise the diagram. The time-sharing system is offered commercially by the General Electric Company. This system uses a GE-235 computer shared by a number of remote model 33 or 35 teletypewriters. The programming language… CONTINUE READING

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