The Advanced Continuous Simulation Language, or ACSL (pronounced ”axle”), is a computer language designed for modelling and evaluating the performance of continuous systems described by time-dependent, nonlinear differential equations. It is a dialect of the Continuous System Simulation Language (CSSL), originally designed by the Simulations Council Inc (SCI) in 1967 in an attempt to unify the continuous simulations field. (Wikipedia)

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  1. Knapp, Alexander; Mossakowski, Till; Roggenbach, Markus: Towards an institutional framework for heterogeneous formal development in UML. -- A position paper -- (2015)
  2. Åström, Karl J.; Kumar, P.R.: Control: a perspective (2014)
  3. Hatcliff, John; Leavens, Gary T.; Leino, K.Rustan M.; Müller, Peter; Parkinson, Matthew: Behavioral interface specification languages (2012)
  4. Almeida, José Bacelar; Frade, Maria João.; Sousa Pinto, Jorge; Melo de Sousa, Simão: Rigorous software development. An introduction to program verification. (2011)
  5. Haskins, Mark; Pacini, Tommaso: Obstructions to special Lagrangian desingularizations and the Lagrangian prescribed boundary problem (2006)
  6. Qin, Guangping; Wu, Jinzhao: Branching time equivalences for interactive Markov chains (2004)
  7. Soriano, Javier; Alonso, Fernando; López, Genoveva: A formal specification language for agent conversations (2003)
  8. Margolis, Donald; Shim, Taehyun: A bond graph model incorporating sensors, actuators, and vehicle dynamics for developing controllers for vehicle safety (2001)
  9. García, Miguel A.; Llanos, Diego R.; de Prada, César: A configurable ACSL-based interface generator for simulated systems. (1999)
  10. Arghir, Mariana: The elastic system study of the vibrating mill with spatial motions for milling the metallic powders (1997)
  11. Bar-Avi, P.; Benaroya, H.: Stochastic response of a two DOF articulated tower (1997)
  12. Oestreich, M.; Hinrichs, N.; Popp, K.: Bifurcation and stability analysis for a non-smooth friction oscillator (1996)
  13. Ashen, R.A.; Colver, R.E.; Rashid, K.: The use of finite element electromagnetics packages in undergraduate coures (1995)
  14. Chan, R.K.C.; Lai, T.C.: Digital simulation of a rotating shaft with a transverse crack (1995)
  15. Popp, K.; Hinrichs, N.; Oestreich, M.: Dynamical behaviour of a friction oscillator with simultaneous self and external excitation. (1995)
  16. Hohmann, R.: Delta- and theta-function in continuous models (1994)
  17. Breitenecker, Felix; Ecker, Horst; Bausch-Gall, Ingrid: Simulation with ACSL (1993)
  18. Houbak, Niels: SIL - a simulation language. User’s guide (1990)
  19. Auslander, David M.: A continuous-system simulation language designed for LSI economics (1978)
  20. Mitchell, Edward E.L.: Advanced continuous simulation language (ACSL) (1978)

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