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Dr Neil Speirs
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We describe a tool which transform UML specifications (in a textual form) into C++ code which can be used by C++SIM - a discrete-event process-based simulation facility. A tool written in the Perl scripting language is used to perform the automatic transformation from specification into C++SIM code. As an example we show how the tool is used to generate simulations of a non-trivial fault tolerant distributed computing system. The system was specified in about 180 lines of UML like notation and automatically generated a simulation program of about 1100 lines of C++.
Author(s): Arief LB, Speirs NA
Editor(s): Hamza, MH
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: 1999 IASTED International Conference on Applied Modelling and Simulation (AMS 1999)
Year of Conference: 1999
Date deposited: 22/09/2010
Publisher: ACTA Press
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Series Title: ACTA Press Series on Modelling and Simulation: Applied Modelling and Simulation