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Henriksen, J.O. ; Wolverine Software Corp., Annandale, VA, USA

Proof AnimationTM is a family of products for animating discrete event simulations. Proof is available in a variety of versions, including an inexpensive, student version, mid size and unlimited size commercial versions, a run time version, and a royalty-free, redistributable demo viewer. Proof is an ASCII stream driven, general purpose animation system which runs on readily available PC hardware. Its vector based geometry provides a large animation canvas and the ability to zoom in or out, while maintaining crisp, clear images. Proof includes built-in drawing tools and CAD import/export for ease of creating animation layouts, dynamic bar graphs and plots for displaying statistics, multiple window display, and a unique presentation making capability. Proof's open architecture makes it ideally suited for serving as an animation engine for models written in a wide variety of simulation and programming languages. Proof's superior power and performance assure smooth, realistic motion for animations, regardless of their size, complexity, or application. Proof uses Microsoft's DirectDrawTM interface for accessing video hardware. DirectDraw is a built-in component of Windows 98 and Windows NT 5.0, and it is available as an add-on for Windows 95. Proof is able to exploit high performance MMX hardware

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Simulation Conference Proceedings, 1998. Winter  (Volume:1 )

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13-16 Dec 1998

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