Item #M629 Simulation Programming Languages. J. N Buxton, Proceedings of the IFIPS Working Conference on Simulation Programming Languages 1967.

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

Price: $15.00

Item Description

Contents -- 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).