A Centralized Methodology for Multi-Level Abstraction in Simulation
computing methodologies, modeling and simulation, simulation theory
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Simulation systems need to be able to serve the need of a large domain of users with varying requirements and expectations of a simulation system. The varying degree of requirements by a larger group of users will require the use of multiple abstraction levels within a simulation environment. A methodology for implementing simulation systems with multiple abstraction levels has been developed. This methodology permits the simulation system to have great flexibility in satisfying the requirements of a broad range of users.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
ACM SIGSIM Simulation Digest, v. 19, issue 4, p. 25-31
Scholar Commons Citation
Walczak, Steven and Fishwick, Paul, "A Centralized Methodology for Multi-Level Abstraction in Simulation" (1989). School of Information Faculty Publications. 223.