- Object–oriented simulation and operations
- Object–oriented simulation languages and environments
- Object flow model
- Reusable simulation models
- Frameworks for multilevel simulation modeling
- Maisie–based simulation environments
- Design strategies for simulation testbeds that support software integration
- Automation of transformation schemas
- Steps to an ecology actor simulation
Object–Oriented Simulation is a key resource for engineers involved in computer simulator research and design as well as developers, producers, scholars, and managers. It is an excellent tool for preparing proposals for simulation in both the commercial and military fields. Also of Interest From IEEE Press Understanding Object–Oriented Software Engineering Stefan Sigfried, Objective Ideas AB 1996 Softcover 480 pp IEEE Order No. PP4507 ISBN 0–7803–1095–0 Real–Time Imaging Theory, Techniques, and Applications Edited by Phillip A. Laplante, BCC/NJIT Technology and Engineering Center, and Alexander D. Stoyenko, New Jersey Institute of Technology 1996 Hardcover 328 pp IEEE Order No. PC4242 ISBN 0–7803–1068–3 Engineering Problem Solving with ANSI C Fundamental Concepts copublished with Prentice Hall Delores M. Etter, University of Colorado, Boulder 1995 Softcover 496 pp IEEE Order No. PP5373 ISBN 0–7803–1171–X
Object–Oriented Simulation and Operas (G. Yeh, et al.).
Object–Oriented Simulation Languages and Environments: AFour–Level Architecture (J. Miller, et al.).
The Object Flow Model for Object–Oriented Simulation andDatabase Application Modeling (L. Pollacia and L. Delcambre).
Reusable Simulation Models in an Object–Oriented Framework (T. Kim and M. Ahn).
Object–Oriented Frameworks for Multilevel Simulation Modeling (D. Popken and A. Sinha).
Design Strategies for Object–Oriented Simulation Testbeds that Support Software Integration (M. Hilton and C. Anken).
Automation of Transformation Schemas for Object–OrientedSimulations (C. Coomber).
Steps to an Ecology of Actor Simulation (A. Senteni).
About the Editors.