The aim of this proceedings is to focus on problems a perspectives of the World Wide Web as a tool for modeling a simulation. Web-based simulation represents a convergence of computer simulation methodologies a applications within the World Wide Web. There are many possible bridge areas between the Web a the simulation field. Web-based simulation does not mean only qdistributed simulationq or qsimulation documentation.q The introduction a wide-spread use of the Web suggests that there are many areas where Web science a technology will meet simulation to provide impetus to both fields. This proceedings offers a sampling of some of the recent simulation projects placed into the framework of the Web. This first edition contains papers from government agencies, industry, a academia proposing simulation applications, tools, a methodologies, including a strong connection with the current Web, or a connection with the future state of the Web.... January 11-14, 1998, Catamaran Resort Hotel Society for Computer Simulation Paul A. Fishwick, David R. C. Hill, Roger Smith. thus allowing the user to modify the retrieved model, as illustrated in Figure 5b, where the QNAP2 model of Figure 2a has been modified ... [Orfali et al 95] Orfali R., Harkey D., Edwards J., The Essential Distributed Objects Survival Guide, John Wiley aamp; Sons, September 1995.
|Title||:||Proceedings of the 1998 International Conference on Web-Based Modeling & Simulation|
|Author||:||Society for Computer Simulation|
|Publisher||:||Society for Computer Simulation International - 1998-01|