Ostroversnik, M., Murray-Smith, D., Zupancic, B., and Strmcnik, S. (2000) OOPhysbe model - a benchmark for modular object-oriented dynamic system simulation tools. In: 3rd MATHMOD Conference, 2-4 Feb 2000, Vienna, Austria.
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The paper proposes the Physbe (Physiological Benchmark) model (OOPhysbe) as a benchmark for today's object oriented modelling and simulation tools. Modularization and component reuse (two important indicators of object orientation) are ket productivity factors in the software development process in general. The OOPhysbe benchmark was selected because it is complex enough to justify the usage of all the OO mechanisms (i.e. classes, inheritance, modularization). If a given dynamic system simulation language (DSSL) fails with the OOPhysbe benchmark, it also fails to comply with the OO approach and therefore is not object oriented.
|Item Type:||Conference Proceedings|
|Additional Information:||Proceedings published by Argesim/ASIM, Vienna, Austria, 2000. Paper is in Volume 2 of Proceedings.|
|Keywords:||Object-oriented, dynamic system simulation language, benchmark|
|Glasgow Author(s):||Murray-Smith, Prof David|
|Authors:||Ostroversnik, M., Murray-Smith, D., Zupancic, B., and Strmcnik, S.|
|Subjects:||Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA76 Computer software|
|College/School:||College of Science and Engineering > School of Engineering > Systems Power and Energy|