A GPSS-like simulator callable from a FORTRAN program.
Williams, Robert Joseph
Heidorn, George E.
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As part of an on-line simulation analysis system being developed at the Naval Postgraduate School there was a need for a GPSS-like simulator which could be run under control of a FORTRAN program. The objective of the work done for this thesis was to design an information structure appropriate for such a simulator and to write the simulation routine. This thesis gives a detailed description of the information structure, telling what it must look like when the routine is called and what it contains when the routine is called and what it contains when the routine is through. Another section discusses the procedure by which the routine performs the simulation. Program listings and a complete sample problem are included.
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