simulation language


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simulation language

[‚sim·yə′lā·shən ‚laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A computer language used to write programs for the simulation of the behavior through time of such things as transportation and manufacturing systems; SIMSCRIPT is an example.
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A simulation tool must provide a standard modelling and simulation language.
Special-purpose simulation languages are designed to solve a particular class or type of problem and have built-in capabilities that make them easier to use than general-purpose languages when developing simulation models (Shannon 1975).
SLAMSYSTEM is a versatile FORTRAN-based simulation language that provides interconnected network symbols for building graphical models and subprograms that support and facilitate discrete-event (activity scanning-oriented, process- or event-oriented simulation models), continuous, and combined simulation models.
With the combined engineering expertise of Mentor Graphics and Model Technology, we are strongly positioned to address HDL mixed-mode simulation language support and strengthen our HDL design solutions from design creation through to synthesis and layout," said Walden C.
SANYO MACHINE WORKS chose DELMIA solutions due to its user friendliness and easy customization capability using DELMIA'S Graphical Simulation Language (GSL).
5 simulation language and related products, such as SIMGRAPHICS, which will depict air, ground, water, and battlefront scenarios into three dimensional models, CACI is able to apply a wide range of skills to continued development and support of THUNDER and its databases.
These additions give Aptix users complete flexibility in their simulation language (VHDL or Verilog) and operating environments.
Corporation today announced that MGA has selected DV-Draw for integration with MGA's Advanced Continuous Simulation Language (ACSL) software.
In the important area of user education and training, Willamette HDL of Beaverton, OR announced the availability of the first course for engineers who want to know how to use SystemC as a simulation language and design environment.
They are activity-based formalism, process-oriented simulation languages, state-based modeling formalism, and event-based modeling formalism.
Simulation languages usually collect all possible data while the along the simulation run, and most of them offer tools for displaying this information, using simple text reports and probably statistics graphs, tables and functions.
With the new Maxwell release, Ansoft delivers the second in the plan of development milestones for integrating Ansoft's core strength of electromagnetic-field simulation with SIMPLORER(R), its new system analysis tool, which provides circuit, block diagram, and state-machine simulation languages.

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