SIMSCRIPT

SIMSCRIPT. A simulation programming language. SIMSCRIPT is a free-form, English-like general-purpose simulation language conceived by Harry Markowitz and Bernard Hausner at the RAND Corporation in 1963. It was implemented as a Fortran preprocessor on the IBM 7090 and was designed for large discrete event simulations. It influenced Simula. Though earlier versions were released into the public domain, SIMSCRIPT was commercialized by Markowitz’s company, California Analysis Center, Inc., which produced proprietary versions SIMSCRIPT I.5 and SIMSCRIPT II.5.


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  1. Markowitz, Harry M.: Selected works. Edited by Harry M. Markowitz (2008)
  2. Markowitz, Harry M.: Efficient portfolios, sparse matrices, and entities: A retrospective (2002)
  3. Fishman, George S.; Yarberry, L.Stephen: An implementation of the batch means method (1997)
  4. Lyu, J.; Gunasekaran, A.: An intelligent simulation model to evaluate scheduling strategies in a steel company (1997)
  5. Chiu, Huan Neng: An approximation to the continuous review inventory model with perishable items and lead times (1995)
  6. Chang, Pao-long; Hwang, Shiuh-nan; Kao, Chiang: Some good multipliers for random number generators for 16-bit microcomputers (1994)
  7. Ibe, Oliver C.; Trivedi, Kishor S.: Two queues with alternating service and server breakdown (1990)
  8. Obaidat, M.S.: Performance evaluation of the IMPS multiprocessor system (1989)
  9. Kulikowski, Casimir A. (ed.); Huber, Rafael M. (ed.); Ferrate, Gabriel A. (ed.): Artificial intelligence, expert systems and languages in modelling and simulation. Proceedings of the 1st IMACS symposium, Barcelona, Spain, 2-4 June 1987 (1988)
  10. Page, Bernd; Bölckow, Rolf; Heymann, Andreas; Kadler, Ralf; Liebert, Hansjörg: Simulation und moderne Programmiersprachen. Modula-2, C, Ada (1988)
  11. Fishman, George S.; Moore, Louis R.III: An exhaustive analysis of multiplicative congruential random number generators with modulus $2\sp31-1$ (1986)
  12. Fidrmuc, Milos: SIMSCRIPT II simulation of traffic network flow (1978)
  13. Mihram, G.Arthur: Simulation methodology (1976)
  14. Tognetti, K.P.; Brett, C.: SIMSCRIPT II and SIMULA 67 - a comparison (1972)
  15. Kampe, Gerald: Simscript (1971)
  16. Markowitz, H.M.; Hausner, B.; Karr, H.W.: SIMSCRIPT. A simulation programming language. Translated from the English. Edited by N. P. Buslenko (1966)