General Purpose Simulation with STROBOSCOPE


Julio C. Martinez & Photios G. Ioannou
Civil & Environmental Engineering Department
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2125, U.S.A.


Stroboscope is a programming language designed for the simulation of processes common to construction engineering. These processes are very complex and involve many different types of resources. As a result, Stroboscope is also an efficient and effective general purpose simulation system. This paper presents an overview of Stroboscope and illustrates how it can be used to model a complex example taken from classic simulation literature (Airplane Service Facility).


STROBOSCOPE, construction, simulation, modeling , airport, airplane, service, facility, resource.


Martinez, J.C., Ioannou, P.G., "General Purpose Simulation with Stroboscope," Proceedings, 1994 Winter Simulation Conference, 1159-1166, Orlando, FL, December 11-14, 1994.

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