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By Marvin Zelkowitz Ph.D. MS BS.

On account that its first quantity in 1960, Advances in Computers has provided specified assurance of strategies in and software program and in laptop concept, layout, and purposes. It has additionally supplied contributorswith a medium within which they could learn their matters in larger intensity and breadth than that allowed through regular magazine articles. consequently, many articles became regular references that remain of important, lasting worth regardless of the quick development happening within the box.

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The voltages representing these pressures in turn caused the voltages representing the flows and volumes in the analog computer to change as functions of time in a way analogous to their counterparts in the physiological system. The analog voltages F231, representing the flow from the lungs into the left atrium, and P43, representing the pressure in the descending aorta, were converted at the interface into binary inputs to drive the digital part of the simulation. The digital computer thus driven generated the pressures, flows, and volumes.

But as the physiological system being simulated is a closed circuit, there must be an analog-todigital and a digital-to-analog interface for signals representing the value of variables on both sides of each interface. Typically the interface equipment will include, besides the Analogto-Digital Converters (ADCS) and the Digital-to-Analog Converters ( DACS), sense lines, interrupt lines, and control lines. A patchbay and/or some digital logic is also often included to allow flexibility in the routing of signals.

Berlin, 1956. 13. von Neumann, J . , Collected Works. Macmillan, New York, 1963. This Page Intentionally Left Blank Advances in Simulation JOHN McLEOD Sirnulotion Councils, Inc. Lo lollo, Cdifornio 1. 1 Simulation-a Definition . 2. A LookBack . 1 1943andOn . 2 Hybrid Simulation-a Definition . 3. Progress . 2 Analog/Digital Communications . 4 The Price . 5 Simulation for Model Development 4. The Best Tool . 1 Analog Advantages . 2 Digital Advantages . 3 Hybrid Advantages . 5 Benchmark Problems .

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