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/// Object Oriented Simulation with Hierarchical, Modular Models: Selected Chapters Updated for DEVS-C++

By Bernard P. Zeigler

Copyright by Author, 1995; Originally published by Academic Press, 1990.All rights transferred to Author.

  • Chapter 1: Introduction [PDF 1]
  • Chapter 2: BASICS [PDF 2]
  • Chapter 3: DEVS Formalism & DEVS-Scheme [PDF 3]
  • Chapter 4: Atomic Models [PDF 4]
  • Chapter 5: Digraph-Models & Experimental Frames [PDF 5]
  • Chapter 6: A Model Base for Simple Multicomputer Architectures [PDF 6]
  • Chapter 7: System Entity Structures [PDF 7]

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