CONTINUOUS SYSTEM SIMULATION LANGUAGE
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Definitions of CONTINUOUS SYSTEM SIMULATION LANGUAGE
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(CSSL) Versions include ACSL, HYTRAN, SL-I,S/360 and CSMP.CSSL(Continuous System Simulation Language) versions I, II,III, IV and V have been commercially available since 1968.CSSL-I was developed for Jet Propulsion Labs in 1968.CSSL-III was widely distributed from 1969-1975. CSSL-IV(interactive version) was developed by R. Nilsen and ran onover 30 different computers. Currently CSSL-V is marketed bySimulation Services International and available on PCs andworkstations.["The SCi Continuous System Simulation Language (CSSL)",Simulation, 9(6), Dec 1967].[URL?]
By Denis Howe
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- Nuclear reaction in which the nucleus of heavy atom such as uranium plutonium is split into two approximately equal parts by a neutron, charged particle, or photon.