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Principles of object-oriented modeling and simulation with Modelica 2.1 [] / Peter Fritzson

Auteur principal : Fritzson, Peter A., 1952-....Publication :[New York] : J. Wiley, Piscataway (N.Y.) : IEEE Press, cop. 2004Description : 1 vol. (XLII-897 p.) : ill. ; 26 cmISBN : 0-471-47163-1 ; 978-0-471-47163-9.Dewey: 005.3Bibliographie: Bibliogr. p. 875-886. Index.Sujet - Nom d'actualité : OMT, Méthode ;Conception orientée objets (informatique) ;Simulation par ordinateur Sujet : Simulation ;Orienté objet ;Modélisation ;Modelica
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Table of Contents : Part I - Introduction. Chapter 1 - Introduction to Modeling and Simulation. Chapter 2 - A Quick Tour of Modelica. Part II - Chapter 3 - Classes, Types and Declarations. Chapter 4 - Inheritance, Modifications and Generics. Chapter 5 - Components, Connectors and Connections. Chapter 6 - Literals, Operators and Expressions. Chapter 7 - Arrays. Chapter 8 - Equations. Chapter 9 - Algorithms and Functions. Chapter 10 - Packages. Chapter 11 - Annotations, Units and Quantities. Part III - Modeling and Applications. Chapter 12 - System Modeling Methodology and Continuous Model Representation. Chapter 13 - Discrete Event, Hybrid and Concurrency Modeling. Chapter 14 - Basic Laws of Nature. Chapter 15 - Application Examples. Chapter 16 - Modelica Library Overview. Part IV - Chapter 17 - A Mathematical Representation for Modelica Models. Chapter 18 - Techniques and Research. Chapter 19 - Environments. Appendix A - Modelica Formal Syntax. Appendix B - Mathematica-style Modelica Syntax. Appendix C - Solutions to Exercices. Appendix D - Modelica Standard Library. Appendix E Modelica Scriptiong Commands. Appendix F - Related Object-Oriented Modeling Languages Appendix G - A Modelica XML Representation

Bibliogr. p. 875-886. Index

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