2 edition of Prospects for simulation and simulators of dynamic systems. found in the catalog.
Prospects for simulation and simulators of dynamic systems.
Symposium on the Prospects for Simulation and Simulators of Dynamic Systems, Baltimore 1966
|Contributions||Shapiro, George,, Rogers, Milton, 1919-,|
|LC Classifications||TA343 S9 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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