Publication detail

HELEF: A New Simulation Language

HRUBÝ, M., RÁBOVÁ, Z.

Original Title

HELEF: A New Simulation Language

English Title

HELEF: A New Simulation Language

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

HELEF (Heterogeneous Language Environment) is a new simulation language designed for programming of interactive simulations of large and heterogeneous systems. The HELEF is built upon new modern concepts of programming, upon declarative and imperative programs design put together, on modularity, distributivity, re-usability and the others. It is going to be an interesting programming technique as well as an idea supporting the simulation models design. In this paper, we discuss various problems of computer modelling and we explain our reasons to start the HELEF project.

English abstract

HELEF (Heterogeneous Language Environment) is a new simulation language designed for programming of interactive simulations of large and heterogeneous systems. The HELEF is built upon new modern concepts of programming, upon declarative and imperative programs design put together, on modularity, distributivity, re-usability and the others. It is going to be an interesting programming technique as well as an idea supporting the simulation models design. In this paper, we discuss various problems of computer modelling and we explain our reasons to start the HELEF project.

Keywords

modelling and simulation, simulation language, heterogeneous systems, heterogeneity, object orientation

RIV year

2002

Released

22.04.2002

Location

Ostrava

ISBN

80-85988-71-2

Book

Proceedings of International Conference MOSIS '02

Edition

Vol. 1

Pages from

39

Pages to

47

Pages count

8

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT9829,
  author="Martin {Hrubý} and Zdeňka {Rábová}",
  title="HELEF: A New Simulation Language",
  annote="HELEF (Heterogeneous Language Environment) is a new simulation language
designed for programming of interactive
simulations of large and heterogeneous systems. The HELEF is built upon
new modern concepts of programming, upon declarative and imperative
programs design put together, on modularity, distributivity,
re-usability and the others. It is going to be an interesting
programming technique as well as an idea supporting the simulation
models design. In this paper, we discuss various problems of computer
modelling and we explain our reasons to start the HELEF project.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of International Conference MOSIS '02",
  chapter="9829",
  edition="Vol. 1",
  year="2002",
  month="april",
  pages="39--47",
  type="conference paper"
}