• Computer Science
  • Published in ANSS '85 1985

The development of GPSS/85

@inproceedings{Henriksen1985TheDO,
  title={The development of GPSS/85},
  author={James O. Henriksen},
  booktitle={ANSS '85},
  year={1985}
}
GPSS was introduced by IBM as a language for discrete event simulation in October, 1961. Since that time, GPSS has evolved through a number of versions (GPSS II, GPSS III, GPSS/360, GPSS/V, and GPSS/H), and has been implemented for a variety of computers. As the language has evolved, it has been used to simulate larger and more complex systems. Changes in the way GPSS is used have created pressures for changes in the language. This paper describes some of the deficiencies of the current… CONTINUE READING