A free-form, English-like general-purpose simulation language produced by Harry Markowitz et al of Rand Corp in 1963. It was implemented as a Fortran preprocessor on IBM 7090 and was designed for large discrete simulations. It influenced Simula. Later versions included SIMSCRIPT I.5 and SIMSCRIPT II.5.
- Simscript i.5
A version of SIMSCRIPT developed at CACI in 1965. It produced assembly language.
- Simscript ii.5
Another version of SIMSCRIPT from CACI. [“SIMSCRIPT: A Simulation Programming Language”, P.J. Kiviat et al, CACI, 1973].
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