The simulation language SIML/I

@inproceedings{MacDougall2010TheSL,
  title={The simulation language SIML/I},
  author={M. H. MacDougall},
  year={2010}
}
The conceptual advantages of process-oriented simulation languages have become generally recognized. SIMULA 1,4 is the best known and most widely available language of this type; others include ASPOL,3,12 SIMPLlI, 9 and SOL,10,11 and processes have been retrofitted into SIMSCRIPT. 14 SOL was the genesis of the process view of system behavior. SIMULA is an elegant general-purpose programming language; its particularization to system simulation is nicely described by Franta. 7 The process view… CONTINUE READING

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