IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MODEL BASE CONCEPT IN SIMSCRIPT II.5: APPLICATION TO COMPUTER NETWORK DESIGN
AuthorChen, Chun-Ting, 1955-
AdvisorTeigler, B. P.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis thesis presents an implementation of the model base concept in SIMSCRIPT II.5. It shows two principles in designing a flexible general simulation system. First of all, the input and output port intercommunication and synchronization should be done by an I/O coupling scheme, i.e. a coordinator. Second, every input port should be a separate file in the model base. Users can retrieve these files to couple them together and evaluate the simulation run. A well-designed computer network model base is shown through several examples. It will help the computer network system design to be done in a modular, hierarchical, coordinated fashion.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
Electrical and Computer Engineering