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JSim

Java-based discrete event simulator of an M/M/s queue system

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JSim is a Java-based discrete event simulator of an M/M/s queue system. The target audience are students and educators who may use it to explain and understand the basic principles of the system.
JSim includes a library of classes that can be used to modify the application to simulate other types of queuing systems as well. Therefore, it may be used as starting point to build larger, application specific simulator.

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  • Object-oriented
  • Java Swing

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Intended Audience

Science/Research, Education, Manufacturing, Telecommunications Industry, End Users/Desktop, Engineering

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2012-10-27

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