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NETWORK II.5 tutorial: network modeling without programming

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1 Author(s)
Garrison, W.J. ; CACI Products Co., Hatboro, PA, USA

NETWORK II.5, a modeling tool which can dramatically reduce the amount of time it takes to simulate a computer system, is introduced. There are two concepts at the heart of the design of NETWORK II.5. First, items to be simulated are viewed strictly based on their function; second, timing is the most important consideration in the simulation. It is not necessary to learn any computer language to run NETWORK II.5. The NETWORK II.5 world view and the class of problems it addresses are discussed. A summary of NETWORK II.5 capabilities is presented. An example of using NETWORK II.5 is also included

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Simulation Conference, 1990. Proceedings., Winter

Date of Conference:

9-12 Dec 1990