Swirl: Simulating Warfare in the Ross Language

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Rand, 1982 - SWIRL (Computer program) - 73 pages
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SWIRL, a program for simulating military air battles, has evolved over the last two years as part of Rand's knowledge-based simulation research. This Note serves three purposes. First, it is a user's guide for those wishing to run SWIRL, and to some extent modify its behaviors. Second, the paper provides an extensive example of a simulator written in the ROSS language for those wishing to examine how one might design and build a simulator in ROSS. And third, at a more general level, the Note focuses on some important techniques for constructing simulations in an object-oriented programming environment. (Author).

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