JavaSim is an object-oriented simulation package written in Java and available free to users since 1997. Its related cousin, C++SIM (cxxsim.ncl.ac.uk) has been available since 1990. It provides discrete event process-based simulation similar to SIMULA's simulation class and libraries. A complete list of the facilities provided follows: - the core of the system gives SIMULA-like simulation routines, random number generators, queueing algorithms, and thread package interfaces. - entity and set manipulation facilities similar to SIMSET. - classes allow "non-causal" events, such as interrupts, to be handled. - various statistical gathering routines, such as histogram and variance classes. - debugging classes. The system also comes with complete examples and test routines which illustrate many of the issues raised in using the simulation package. It (Java and C++ versions) is used by many commercial and academic organisations.
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