SIMulation ANalysis

SIMulation ANalysis

(language, simulation)
(SIMAN) A simulation language, especially for manufacturing systems, developed by C. Dennis Pegden in 1983.

["Introduction to Simulation using SIMAN", C.D. Pegden et al, McGraw-Hill 1990].
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