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Simulation System for Port Container Terminal Using An Object-Oriented Approach
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Simulation System for Port Container Terminal Using An Object-Oriented Approach
Choi Yong-Seok; Ha Tae-Young;
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 Abstract
Since world container throughput continues to grow, the main issues facing decision-makers at port container terminals are how to expand the existing container terminals and construct new container terminals. Simulations can be used in the decision making process tools due to its ease and ability to reflect the real world system. The object-oriented approach provides for both reusability and modularity that best fits these requirements. In this paper, the object-oriented approach to modeling and simulating general container terminals is presented. Simulation tools based on Visual C++ provide a user-friendly input and output environment through the use of an object class-library. This paper also presents the case study of a simulation of a real container terminal i. Pusan, Korea
 Keywords
container terminal;object-oriented approach;simulation;
 Language
English
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