The simulator BOP (Block Oriented Process simulator) is a software package for steady state, transient, and Monte-Carlo simulation of large-scale problems from process engineering. The simulation concept of BOP is based on a hierarchical modular process modeling and enables an efficient solution even for high-dimensional problems.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 11 articles )
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- Forstnerič, Franc: Invariance of the parametric Oka property (2010)
- Sivakumar, K.C.; Swarna, J.M.: Linear optimization with box constraints in Banach spaces (2009)
- Urbaś, Andrzej; Wojciech, Stanislaw: Dynamic analysis of the gantry crane used for transporting BOP (2009)
- Audet, Charles; Savard, Gilles; Zghal, Walid: Multiobjective optimization through a series of single-objective formulations (2008)
- Lárusson, Finnur: Mapping cylinders and the Oka principle (2005)
- Baker, A.J.; May, J.P.: Minimal atomic complexes. (2004)
- Abdullahi, Sammani D.; Dyer, Martin E.; Proll, Les G.: Listing vertices of simple polyhedra associated with dual LI(2) systems (2003)
- Grund, Friedrich: Solution of linear systems with sparse matrices (2003)
- Ikeda, Kazushi: Convergence analysis of block orthogonal projection and affine projection algorithms (2002)
- Andrew, Lachlan L.H.: On binary output of cellular neural networks (1997)
- Kochman, Stanley O.: The ring structure of $BoP\sb *$ (1993)
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