Digital computer simulation, GASP, Computer program language, GPSS, Computer program language
The purpose of this research report is to compare two simulation languages; GASP and GPSS. An economical comparison was performed by simulating the same system in each language and examine parameters such as run time, core size, program time, and debug time. A statistical comparison of the results of the system simulation was also performed using a 90% confidence level testing procedure. The system simulated was the proposed Orlando Police Department Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL) Operational System.
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Schrader, George F.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
iii, 100 pages
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Digital computer simulation, GASP (Computer program language), GPSS (Computer program language)
Dupuis, Barry Walden, "A Comparison of a GASP and a GPSS Simulation of an AVL Operational System" (1976). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 213.
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Schrader, George F. [LC]