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|Title:||The process view of simulation in ADA|
|Authors:||Unger, Brian W|
|Abstract:||The process approach to discrete event modelling has been successfully applied to a broad range of natural and human-made systems. This approach originated with SIMULA, a general purpose language which supports the definition of abstract types and processes. Other simulation languages have been much more widely used however, particularly in North America. Now ADA offers the first viable alternative as a base language for the process view of discrete event modelling. This paper describes a new approach which retains the advantages of the process view and is also compatible with the ADA constructs for defining abstract types and processes. The ADA package and several simulation models are presented using this package. These models are then compared with the equivalent SIMULA models.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unger, Brian W|
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