SIMSCRIPT

SIMSCRIPT is a free-form, English-like general-purpose simulation language conceived by Harry Markowitz and Bernard Hausner at the RAND Corporation… (More)
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2005
2005
SIMSCRIPT III is a programming language for discrete-event simulation. It is a major extension of its predecessor, SIMSCRIPT II.5… (More)
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2004
2004
A new object-oriented version of the SIMSCRIPTprogramming language is under development.Incorporating modules and object classes… (More)
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1988
Review
1988
The SIMSCRIPT II.5 programming language is described, and a complete simulation example is presented. 
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1987
Review
1987
The SIMSCRIPT 11.5 programming language is described, and a complete simulation example is presented. 
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1983
Review
1983
This tutorial will present the highlights of the SIMSCRIPT II.5 approach to building discrete event simulation models. The… (More)
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Review
1976
Review
1976
This tutorial will present the highlights of the SIMSCRIPT II.5 approach to building discrete event simulation models. The… (More)
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1976
1976
There are at least three levels of abstraction to a simulation programming language. SIMSCRIPT II.5 is making significant… (More)
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1971
1971
The SIMSCRIPT programming system is especially designed to facilitate the writing of simulation programs. Digital simulations… (More)
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1967
1967
Two programs for a vehicle dispatching model, one written in 7040 SIMSCRIPT and the other in 7040 FORTRAN IV are compared. The… (More)
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1965
1965
QUIKSCRIPT is a simulation language based on SIMSCRIPT and programmed entirely in an algebraic language, 20-GATE. The QUIKSCRIPT… (More)
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