A Practical Approach to the Integration of Engineering Software Packages
The aim of this paper is to present a convenient approach to the functional integrating of large packages of engineering modelling software. This approach is applied when solving the problem of integrating a large hydraulic-hydrologic simulation package HEC5, developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (reference Anonymous, 1979) and a general-purpose optimization program. It is based en the use of seme very useful facilities that are most often available en the operating systems of modern computers.
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