Process-oriented approach into Rao X simulation modeling system

  • Olga V. ZudinaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Mechanisms and Machine Science book series (Mechan. Machine Science, volume 73)


The aim of the project is to implement a modern and convenient way of visual model programming with the implementation of process-oriented approach of discrete simulation modeling and integration of developed subsystem into Rao X system. The result of the development is an integrated subsystem of process approach which represents visual programming software for processoriented approach simulation models with a possibility of modeling output. During the process of development there was conducted a research, which became a basis for accepting the decision about the implementation of present set of structures. In addition a review of graphic libraries was conducted. The system is efficient due to the integration into Rao X system with a possibility of interaction with other approaches (event and activity scanning approaches) to discrete simulation modeling. This system can be used for educational process and as a base for developments.


simulation modeling process-oriented approach model transaction graphics library 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CAD/CAE Department, Faculty of Robotics and Integrated AutomationMoskovskij Gosudarstvennyj Tehniceskij Universitet im. N.E. BaumanaMoscowRussia

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