|KSIM 5.01 - Continuous and Descrete simulations||Keith S. Brown||09.09.1993|
KSIM is a collection of units that provide combined descrete event & continuous simulation. The descrete event simulation is handled via a descrete event calendar. The continuous portion of the simulation is handled via Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg 4-5 integrator which has been modified to handle threshold crossing. KSIM generates both a report & a data file, both which can be taylored to fit the needs of the simulation. KSIM is follows SLAM (Simulation Language for Alternative Modeling) conventions & terminology. Reference to the book, "Introduction to Simulation and SLAM", by A.Alan B. Pritsker & Claude Dennis Pegden is encouraged.