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The Four Phase Method for Modelling Complex Systems

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The Four Phase Method for Modelling Complex Systems
This paper investigates an attempt to combine different simulation tools in order to build a simulation environment that can be used to model complex system behaviour. The component tools used in the project are: the four phase method, a simulation world view derived from the three phase approach especially for ObjectOriented and iconic representation; iconic representation that represents the actual system components and logic through using icons and arcs; Object-Oriented Programming and the MODSIM simulation library. Related aspects of design and implementation are presented and critiqued through an investigation into the development of a model for an existing problem. Different modelling approaches are used to model the same problem and, as such, the advantages of the four phase method are highlighted.
Hamad I. Odhabi, Ray J. Paul, Robert D. Macredie
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where WSC
Authors Hamad I. Odhabi, Ray J. Paul, Robert D. Macredie
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