BOK Bibliography 1. Conceptual Basis of the Classification of Knowledge. Ottawa Conference on the Conceptual Basis of the Classification of Knowledge, Ottawa, Canada, 1971. 2. Conceptual Basis of the Classification of Knowledge 1971. 3. Object Oriented Simulation. SCS Multiconference, San Diego, CA, 1990. 4. Applied modeling and simulation : an integrated approach to development and operation. New York: McGraw Hill, 1998.

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2.

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