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Simulation expert system architecture for communications simulation including the features of common data structure, top- down information driven technique, optimization, and expert system approach is addressed. The concepts can be combined to implement a very user-friendly simulation system for...
Biological systems exhibit several characteristics that are not shared by human-engineered systems: there are often no clear module boundaries (or there are several module boundaries, depending on the question being asked); individual parts often serve multiple roles, depending on the behavior...
A set of routines is described that assist a programmer in modeling object movement and interactions. Interactions occur when objects move in range or leave range of other objects. Interaction events are rescheduled automatically as objects change vectors. Routines are written in Pascal to take...
A digital pattern generator suggested by the boundary scan structure was examined using Fortran simulation. The scan register is closed to form a circular shift register. Each logic output is exclusive-ored between two boundary scan stages. The resulting circuit is a large, usually non-linear,...
The secure operation of a complex industrial process, such as a Steelmaking Meltshop or Nickel Smelter, depends almost entirely on a harmonic working relationship between the human operator and the real time process control environment. The introduction of sophisticated real time monitoring...
This column focuses on a single topic within the field of computer simulation. All the material comes directly from the electronic news group (bulletin board) called Simulation Digest. The Digest can be obtained over INTERNET by accessing the news group 'comp.simulation' or by sending e-mail to:...
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