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=== 26th  ASU Conference September 26 - 28, 2000, Malta ===

Theory

Two Decades of Modeling and Simulation: Experiences and Reflections
Henry E. Islo .............................................................................................................................. 3
SIMULA and Anticipatory Systems
Eugene Kindler ........................................................................................................................ 15
Aspects of Transparent Time Concepts
Daniel Einarson ....................................................................................................................... 23
Object Oriented Programming in JavaScript
Jaroslav Sklenar ...................................................................................................................... 35
Object oriented metrics a survey
Ilona Bluemke .......................................................................................................................... 43
Object oriented metrics for a CASE product
Ilona Bluemke .......................................................................................................................... 55

Applications

PNtalk Modelling Experience
Milan Ceska, Vladimir Janousek, Tomas Vojnar .............................................................. 65
Self-Organisation Simplified: Simulating Spatial Structures which Emerge from
Non-directed Ecological interactions
Broder Breckling; Hauke Reuter, Ulrike Middelhoff ........................................................ 75
Increasing Value of a Non-Life insurance Company by Means of Simulation
Jiri Weinberger, Vaclav Novotny .......................................................................................... 87
Simulation Models of FMS Including Trip-Based Material Handling Systems
Michel Gourgand, Alain Tanguy, Nikolay Tchernev ........................................................ 99
Object-Oriented Simulation of a Local Railway Network
Eugene Kindler, Leonid Novitski, Victor Grecov ............................................................. 111
"VIRTUAL-MATCHING" or Police-State
Andras Gaspar ......................................................................................................................... 117
Simulator of Queueing Networks
Jaroslav Sklenar ..................................................................................................................... 127

Medwater project

A Sectoral Model of the Patterns of Water Consumption in Malta
Anthony Borg, Gordon Cordina, Jaroslav Sklenar ......................................................... 137
A Model of the Macroeconomic Dynamics of A Small, Open Economy:
An Application to Malta
Anthony Borg, Gordon Cordina, Jaroslav Sklenar ......................................................... 149
A Systems Dynamics Model of Natural Groundwater Flow in Malta
John Muscat, Charles V. Sammut, George Cassar, Anthony Muscat ........................... 157
A Systems Dynamics Model of Sea Water Desalination by Reverse Osmosis in Malta
Charles V. Sammut, John Muscat, George Cassar, Anthony Muscat ........................... 167




=== 25th  ASU Conference August 23 - 27, 1999, Balatonfüred, Hungary ===

Hosted by the SIMULA Foundation, Hungary and the ASU

System Modelling Using Object Oriented Simulation and Analysis

Agent-based Computer Modeling of Ecosystems Eutrophication Model of the Lake Balaton
Alibek Joraev and Jack Corliss,
Central European University, Systems Lab., Budapest, Hungary ................................ 3 - 4
Communication and Hierarchical Modelling in Model-Oriented Programming
Daniel Einarson, Dept. of Computer Science, Lund University, Lund, Sweden .......  5 - 18
Urban Traffic Modelling and Simulation
Michelle Chabrol, David Sarramia and Alain Tanguy
LIMOS, Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France .................................... 19 - 28
Chance for SIMULA
Eugene Kindler, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics,
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic .................................................................. 29 - 53
Simulation of Container Terminal Containing a Simulation Model
Eugene Kindler, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics,
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic .................................................................. 55 - 59
Prototype Oriented Simulation in JavaScript
Jaroslav Sklenar, Dept. of Statistics and O.R., University of Malta, Msida, Malta . 61 - 71
Requisite Variety Models of Real Systems and Their Place in System Support Software
Henry Islo, AF-Industryteknik AB, Kista, Sweden .......................................................... 73 - 81
Conception of a Simulation Model for an Information and Control System for Order Planning
Andrej Kyselovic, VSZ Informatika; Faculty of Science, University of Safarik
Miroslav Bondra, VSZ Informatika, Kosice, Slovakia ................................................... 83 - 90
 


=== 24th ASU Conference 30. Sept. - 2. Oct. 1998 at SALZAU (Schleswig Holstein), Germany ===

Object Oriented Modelling at the Ecology Center Kiel
An Introduction to the Modelling Concept and the Ecological Information System at the Ecology Center Kiel.
Wilhelm Windhorst and Friedhelm Hosenfeld (Kiel, Germany) .................................... 1 - 13
The Application of the Object Oriented Programming Paradigm to Study Ecological Processes.
Broder Breckling (Kiel, Germany) .................................................................................... 15 - 26
Multidimensional Biotic Community Interaction of Small Rodents:
Assessment through Object Oriented Modelling.
Hauke Reuter (Kiel, Germany) ........................................................................................... 27 - 40
Object Orientation in Fish Modelling - Simulation of Roach Activity (Rutilus Tutilus)
in Lake Belau (Germany).
Franz Hölker (Hamburg, Germany) and Broder Breckling (Kiel, Germany) ........... 41 - 52
Modelling Movement and Migration Patterns of Ground Dwelling Invertebrates.
Fred Jopp, Gerd Weigmann (Berlin, Germany) and
Hauke Reuter (Kiel, Germany) ........................................................................................... 53 - 63
An Object Oriented Model Developing Competing Root Systems of Black Alder Trees.
Ulrike Middelhoff (Kiel, Germany) ................................................................................... 65 - 74
Modelling Growth and Development Black Alder Trees with an Object Oriented Approach.
Christiane Eschenbach (Kiel, Germany) ......................................................................... 75 - 86

Applications and Case Studies
A Generic Hybrid Flow-Shop Simulation Model Using SIMULA.
Michel Gourgand, Alain Tanguy and
Nikolay Tchernev (Clermont-Ferrand, France) ............................................................. 89 - 98
Worker Simulation using HLA.
Rita Freudenberg and Henry Herper (Magdeburg, Germany) ..................................... 99-107
Simulation Model of Whole Metallurgical Cycle.
Miroslav Bondra and Andrej Kyselovic (Kosice Slovakia) ........................................ 109-113
Simulation of Forest Calamities - First Steps in Czech Republic.
Eugene Kindler (Prague) and
Vaclav Skuhravy (Eeské Budijovice, Czech Republic) ................................................... 115-118

Basic Aspects of Object Orientation: Tools, Approaches and Implementations
Model Oriented Programming - Progress in Concepts and Implementation Issues.
Daniel Einarson (Lund, Sweden) ..................................................................................... 121-130
Application of Transplanted Object References in Nested Quasi-Parallel System Models.
Henry Islo (Sollentuna, Sweden) ...................................................................................... 131-144
Object Orientated Development Tool for Real-time Simulation Design.
Michael Jankowsky (Brno, Czech Republic) ................................................................. 145-154
Transplantation - what Causes it in MS-DOS SIMULA?
Eugene Kindler (Prague, Czech Republic) .................................................................... 155-164
A Role Model with Constrained Method Redefinition.
Thomas Hruska, Petr Kolencik and Michal Marcel (Brno, Czech Republic) .......... 165-171
Using Inheritance to Implement High Level Petri Nets.
Jaroslav Sklenar (Malta) ................................................................................................... 173-182




=== 23rd ASU Conference, August 1997, Stara Lesna, Slovakia === 

Data Access Safety and Storage Economy in Programming Languages
Ole-Johan Dahl
Systematics of Simulation Languages
Eugene Kindler
Generic Object-Oriented Model of surface Treatment Lines
Michel Gourgand. Alain Tanguy
Programming Peer Computer Nodes Using Lund's SIMULA System
Henry E. Islo
Simulation of Container Terminals in SIMULA
Eugene Kindler
Model Oriented Programming
Göran Fries
Simulation of In-Patient Movement in Hospital Regarding Optimization of Use of Beds
Tomas Blazek
SIMULA thirty years ago
Karel Babcicky
Reflective and Antagonist Simulation
Eugene Kindler, Peter Blümel
Aspects on Communication, and Models vs Processes, in a Model Oriented Language
Daniel Einarson
Simulation of Ionic Movements in Nervous Tissue during Activity
Tomas Blazek, Petr Jirounek, Eugene Kindler
Generation of 3rd - Postcript Graphic Images Using a SIMULA-Graphic Class
Broder Breckling. Hauke Reuter, Stefan Horn
Using PMF in Investment Decision Making
Stanislav Kopecek. Jiri Weinberger
Systems Description in a Model-Oriented Approach
Victor Vargas Vega
A Branching Process Model in Simulating Small Epidemics
Ivan Krivy, Eugene Kindler
Fine-Scheduling of Railway-Time-Tables by Simulation
Andras Gaspar
The Simulation Model of the Production with Animation
Miroslav Bondra, Andrej Kyselovic
Development of Object-Oriented Methods for Hybrid System Analysis
Janis Osis
Event Driven Visual Programming in PetriSim Environment
Jaroslav Sklenar
The Systems' Theory Application in Object-Oriented Modelling and Simulation
Dusan Malindzak, Jan Spizak, Jozef Hircko
Modelling Objects with Charging Roles
Miroslav Benes, Tomas Hruska
 


=== 22nd ASU Conference, July 1996, Clermont-Ferrand, France === 

I. Super Object-Oriented Programming

Tutorial on Pragmatics of Nesting of Classes and Quasi-Parallel Systems
Eugene Kindler

II. Object-Oriented Modelling

Converting Extended Entity-Relationship Models into an Object-Oriented Data Model
Joseph Vella
Nested Objects and Items of Variable Length
Tomas Hruska, Miroslav Benes, Michal Macel
Hypertext as a Tool for Object-Oriented Software Analysis and Design
Rumen D. Andreev, Radostina P. Bankova

III. Object-Oriented Software Environment

Discrete Simulation and Time Networks
Jaroslav Sklenar
Object Orientation in Petri Nets
Milan Ceska, Vladimir Janousek
Modelling Parallel Applications
Luc Coyette
An Approach to Software Reuse in Object-Oriented Software Environment
Krassimir M. Benevski, Rumen D. Andreev

IV. Manufacturing System Modelling

Object-Oriented Simulation - Optimization Module Coupling for the Solution of Problems in Resource Sharing Systems
M Belkhiter, A. Quéré
An Object-Oriented Simulation Model Using a Multi-Agent Approach for the Hoist Scheduling Problem
Jean Yves Goujon, Philippe Lacomme, Mamadou Kaba Traoré
Verification of Long Term Production Plans by Simulation
Andrej Kyselovic, Jozef Szabo

V. Object-Oriented Simulation & Applications

Object-Oriented Modelling and Simulation Using LATISS
Janis Osis, Yuri Merkuryev, Egils Ginters, Artis Teilans
Object-Oriented Visual Simulation of Forest Expansion in Simula and C++
Claude Mazel, David Hill, Brunner Olivier
Density Estimation and Visualization of a Minor Data File
Jan Stefan


=== 21st ASU Conference, October 1995, Lund, Sweden === 

Experiences of Using Simula for Complex Ecological Applications
Broder Breckling and Hauke Reuter

Tutorial on Mejtsky's Diagrams
Eugene Kindler

An Implementation of Quasi-parallelism and Simula Simulation Class in Turbo Pascal
Michel Gourgand, Patrick Kellert and Alain Tanguy

Implementation of Protocolls - Important Issues
Godred Fairhurst

Pseudosimulation in Decision Making on Urban Traffic Systems
Eugene Kindler and Alain Tanguy

The Simulation Model of the Production in the Section Steel Plant-Hot Rolling Mill
Andrej Kyselovic and Jan Macak


=== 20th ASU Conference, 15th-17th September 1994, Prague Czech Republic === 

* Paradigms of the Object Oriented Design

M. Macowicz:
ABOUT SIMULA-LIKE PROGRAMMING IN C++
J. Majewski, M. Spiechowicz, P. Szul:
ACTIVE AGENT SIMULATION SYSTEM SABA
V. Merunka, J. Polak:
OBJECT-ORIENTED ANALYSIS & DESIGN, TEACHING & APPLICATION ISSUES
R.P.Knott, J. Polak:
OBJECT ORIENTED PARADIGM & OTHER PARADIGMS
Augustin Mrazik:
DEVELOPING INFORMATION SYSTEMS WITH SMALLTALK
B.Lacko:
TWO NOTES: ON OBJECT ORIENTED TECHNOLOGIES & CONCURRENT DESlGN, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, AND CAD SYSTEMS

* Quasi-Parallel & Parallel Systems

R. Blasko:
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF PARALLEL PROGRAMS BASED ON SIMULATION
H. Islo:
SIMULATION MODELS BUILT ON NESTED QUASI-PARALLEL CONTROL
E. Kindler:
PROGRESS IN APPLICATION OF QUASI-PARALLEL CONTROL
P. Neurath, M.Kobetic:
AN APPROACH OF IMPLEMENTING Q-P INTO SMALLTALK-80

* Program Environments

K. Badge, S. Sevinc:
VISUAL AND INTERACTIVE MODELLING AND SIMULATION
K.M. Benevski:
MODELS OF OBJECT-ORIENTED USER INTERFACE SYSTEM
M. Jirina:
SIMEDIT - INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT FOR SIMULA

* Applications

A. Gaspar:
SIMULA AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL STATE OR ELSE SCIENCE OF LAW BY THE SYSTEM ANALYSIS
K. Kronradova, O. Kronrad:
USE OF SIMULA LANGUAGE FOR SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODELS
A.Kyselovic, J. Macak:
EXPERIENCE IN DISCRETE SIMULATION IN STEELWORKS .....
P. Ocelik:
NEW RESULTS IN CONTINUOUS SIMULATION
K.T. Sandberg:
DISCRETE EVENT SIMULATION USING MODL-BASED EXTEND

* Project Management & Network Paradigm

M. Benes, T. Hruska, E. Stefko:
ROOTED GRAPHS WITH TYPES OF INHERITANCE
M. Gourgand, P. Kellert, A. Tanguy:
AN OBJECT ORIENTED SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT BASED ON TRANSACTION APPROACH
J. Sklenar:
PETRISIM-ENVIRONMENT FOR SIMULATlON OF PETRI NETS
J. Weinberger:
PROJECT MANAGEMENT FORECAST


=== 19th ASU Conference, 14th-16th October 1993, Aberdeen Scotland UK === 

A: Simulation (I)
Using Tooltalk to Implement a Distributed Discrete Environment
Gary Whittington
The Air Defense Model - Experiences from Modifying a Simula Model Through 15 years
Norodd Hagenson

B: Simulation (II)
An O-O Approach to Interconnected Networks Simulation
D. Anagnostopoulos
Implementation and Application of a Modelling Environment for Manufacturing Systems
Alain Tanguy
Design Modelling and Implementation of TTS
Tomas Liden

C: Simulation Techniques
ESIM-Expert Systems in Simula
Wout van Wezel
Simula and Concurrent Engineering
Eugene Kindler
Tutorial on "Project Management Forecast"
Jiri Weinberger

D: Graphics+Simulation (I)
Graphics Package for Animation of Industrial Simulations
Henry Islo
Reflective Simulation in Simula
Eugene Kindler

E: Graphics+Simulation (II)
MLPM-A Multi-Layer Protocol Monitor
Godred Fairhurst
Simulating Train Traffic - Experiences from the use of TTS in Sweden
Tomas Liden
Windowtools: Tools for equipping programs with Graphical user interfaces
Bjorn Kirkerud
 



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