Simulation Programming Languages.
North-Holland Publishing Co, Amsterdam, 1968; 463 pages, bibliography.
Condition: Good overall, dull-yellow cloth hardcover with titles in black on cover and spine; spine darkened, corner bumped; ex-university library rubberstamps on titlepage. The binding is sound and pages are unmarked.
Keywords: simulation programming languages, IFIPS conference on simulation programming languages, simulation in 1960s, 1960s computing, computer programming in the 1960s
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction, Programming and Programming Languages, ALGOL, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, AFIPS, Word Processing, Data Processing
See all items by J. N. Buxton, Proceedings of the IFIPS Working Conference on Simulation Programming Languages 1967
Item DescriptionContents -- The process view and management systems (Krasnow); On line, incremental simulation (Greenberger & Jones); Graphic forms for modeling and simultion (Lackner);
On a simulation language completely defined onto the porgramming language PL/1 (Petrone); AS, an ALGOL simulation language (Parslow); SLANG-computer description and simulation-oriented experimental programming language (Kalinichenko); Simulation ofdiscrete information systems (Nechepurenko, Hairutdinov, Shabrov);
Do we need all these languages (Garwick); Class and sublass declarations (Dahl & Nygaard); Two proposals towards discrete modelling (Laski); A simulation-oriented memory allocation algorithm (Parente);
Panel discussion on data dtructuring;
On Simulation methods and on some characteristics of simulation languages (Culik); Self ootimizing simulation (Molnar); Simulation language standardization (Steel);
Implicit interaction in process models (Blunden); Compound declarations (McNeley); Some problems in the simulation of multiprocessor computer systems (Hutchinson);
Panel discussion on quasi parallel programming
Continuous system modeling programs state-of-the-art and prospectus for development (Brennan); Dynamo II (Pugh); COSMO compartmental system modelling description of a programming system (Kindler); Problem-oriented diagnostics and other aids to analysis and design (Gaskill); A research project on a high level simulation language for chemical plants (di Forino).