Towards an English language interactive simulation system
Clapper, Joseph Leon
Nelson, Kenneth Stanley
Jefferson, David K.
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Research at the Naval Postgraduate School has led to the development of a system for producing GPSS simulation programs for simple queuing problems through English language dialogue with an IBM 360/67 computer. This thesis describes work done to give the system the capability to actually perform the simulation and report the results through English language dialogue. A complete sample terminal session is included.
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