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by G. M Birtwistle

Author: G. M Birtwistle
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Macmillan (1979)
Pages: 214 pages
Category: Math and Science
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Part of the Macmillan Computer Science Series book series. Chapters Table of contents (8 chapters). event modeling Simula.

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Chemistry & Materials Science. Computer Science & Communications. The first choice concerns a discrete versus a continuous description of the population system under study-a choice that leads to different model categories. Earth & Environmental Sciences. The second choice is the model representation (based on agents, entities, compartments or situations) used to describe the properties and behaviours of the objects in the studied population. Third, incomplete information about structure, transitions, signals, initial conditions or parameter values in the system under study must be addressed by alternative structures and statistical means.

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A System for Discrete Event Modelling on Simula. The book concentrates on object-oriented modeling and implementation aspects of simulation models using Java and practical simulation techniques. Object-Oriented Discrete-Event Simulation with Java: A Practical Introduction. In addition, the fundamental concepts and practical simulation techniques for modeling different types of systems to study their general behavior and their performance are introduced.

Birtwistle, G. (1979) Demos – discrete event modelling on Simula, Macmillan. Birtwistle, . Pooley, R. and Tofts, C. (1993) Characterising the structure of simulations using CCS. Transactions of the Simulation Society 10 (3)205–236. Birtwistle, G. (2001a) Getting Demos models right. Simulation Practice and Theory 8 (6-7)377–393. (2001b) Getting Demos models right. Simulation Practice and Theory 8 (6-7)395–414. Calcagno, . Gardner, P. and Zarfaty, U. (2005) Context logic and tree update.

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