Jeffrey W. Wallace, Darush Davani
Society for Computer Simulation, International, Jan 1, 1998 - Computer simulation - 321 pages
The basic goal of this proceedings is to explore the use of computer simulation tools for the teaching & learning environments. Applications from a variety of specialty areas, such as communication networks, multimedia, neural networks, & control systems are addressed.
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Scalable Distributed Military Simulations Using the SPEEDS 3 Jeffrey S Steinman
Event Distribution and State Sharing in the Thema Parallel 24 Darrin West
Comparing the Performance of a Prototype Implementation of the 30 Paul Wonnacott
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abstraction algorithm allows analysis application approach architecture ASK METHOD attributes Axle basic behavior block bond graph capacitor circuit communication complex components concepts defined diagrams Discrete Event Simulation Distributed Simulation domain dynamic entities environment environmental EnvObject error event example execution external module federates FPAA framework graphical hardware High Level Architecture HOOMA implementation input interactions interface Laplace Transform layer messages methodologies multimedia NASM/AP neural network node object model object oriented object proxy object-oriented programming Object-Oriented Simulation operation output package parallel simulation parameters performance problem processor queue queuing centers rollbacks scalable shown in Figure simulation language simulation model simulation objects software engineering specific SPEEDES sprung mass SSRMS SSTF Steinman structure student switches synchronization techniques Thema transfer function update values vector vehicle VHDL virtual