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The framework is essentially a perspective that is supported by a variety of constructs that enable its application within any given problem context. It accommodates, in a common format, both the structural and the behavioural aspects that are fundamental components of any conceptual model. The framework’s environment is flexible and adaptable and provides a collection of constructs both for handling input/output and for dealing with special circumstances such as pre-emption interruption and balking. As might be reasonably expected, its constructs can be readily transformed into simulation models (computer programs) within any of the standard world views.
We provide an overview of the essential elements of the framework and illustrate some of its features in several example problems.
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