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DOMINO: A Multifaceted Conceptual Framework for Visual Simulation Modeling

Derrick, Emory Joseph and Balci, Osman (1992) DOMINO: A Multifaceted Conceptual Framework for Visual Simulation Modeling. Technical Report TR-92-43, Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

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The purpose of this paper is to present a new conceptual framework for visual simulation modeling, the multifaceD coOnceptual fraMework for vIsual simulatioN mOdeling (DOMINO). The DOMINO provides both design and implementation guidance to furnish a broad range of support during the model development life cycle; enables the modeler to work under the object-oriented paradigm; guides the modeler in graphically structuring a visual simulation model at multiple levels of abstraction; enables the extraction of sufficient information from the modeler so that the model execution can be visualized; embodies a WYSIWYR (What You See Is What You Represent) philosophy and enables the modeler to represent a system as it is naturally perceived; among many other features.

Item Type:Departmental Technical Report
Subjects:Computer Science > Historical Collection(Till Dec 2001)
ID Code:323
Deposited By:User autouser
Deposited On:05 December 2001