A discrete simulation language, the successor to CSL.
[“Extended Control and Simulation Language”, A.T. Clementson, Comp J 9(3):215-220 (1966)].
An extension to CSP, supporting dynamic communication channels and nested processes. [“Static Type Checking of Interprocess Communication in ECSP”, F. Baiardi et al, SIGPLAN Notices 19(6):290-299 (June 1984)]. (1994-12-08)
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Extendable Computer System Simulator. An extension of SIMSCRIPT II. [“The ECSS II Language for Simulating Computer Systems”, D.W. Kosy, R-1895-GSA, Rand Corp]. (1994-12-08)
Formerly APSE. An equation-oriented specification language for continuous simulations. The compiler outputs HYTRAN, which must be run on an analog processor. (1994-12-08)
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