Advances in Computers, Vol. 9 by Marvin Zelkowitz Ph.D. MS BS.

By Marvin Zelkowitz Ph.D. MS BS.

Because its first quantity in 1960, Advances in Computers has offered specific assurance of concepts in and software program and in computing device conception, layout, and functions. It has additionally supplied contributorswith a medium within which they could study their topics in larger intensity and breadth than that allowed by way of average magazine articles. for that reason, many articles became ordinary references that remain of vital, lasting worth regardless of the fast development occurring within the box.

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5. Physiological Simulation While engaged in the simulation of intercontinental ballistic missile systems, the author had become interested in the development of an improved extracorporeal perfusion device-a heart-lung machine. But when it was tested by connecting it to a living organism to take over the functions of the heart and lungs, the simple device became an element in an amazingly complex organism. Things happened that the author did not understand and that the physicians and surgeons could not explain.

IEEE Trans. Electron. Computers 16, (1967). 11. , ILLIAC IV. IEEE Trans. Electron. Computers 8 (1968). 12. , Tabellen der Elektronenphysik, Ionenphyaik unsl obermikroskopie, Vol. 1, p. 202, Deut. Verlag. , Berlin, 1956. 13. von Neumann, J . , Collected Works. Macmillan, New York, 1963. This Page Intentionally Left Blank Advances in Simulation JOHN McLEOD Sirnulotion Councils, Inc. Lo lollo, Cdifornio 1. 1 Simulation-a Definition . 2. A LookBack . 1 1943andOn . 2 Hybrid Simulation-a Definition .

Analog, digital, and hybrid electronic computers are the tools of the simulation tradethe best ones we have found to date, by a good margin. 23 24 JOHN McLEOD Computers, in the broad sense, can do many other things. Analog computers can draw pictures, and digital computers can keep books. ) But important as they are, these related uses of computers will only be given a nod of recognition by this chronicler as he turns his attention, and the reader’s, to simulation. ” Note that computers are not mentioned.

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