The simulation of complex systems, by means of computerised models, is shifting to a new paradigm: the DCC (Distributed Component Computing). The applications of this simulation paradigm are client/server running-programs that use collaborating distributed components. These components may be located on different platforms with different operating systems, and they may be developed in heterogeneous simulation languages. In this paper, a framework for the integration of two diverse discrete event simulation languages is discussed. The integration is achieved by implementing a suite of abstractions and of simulation services, which are based on the distributed component platform technology CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture). Software components can be used to assemble simulators from a variety of heterogeneous services and models.
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