DUES (Display Utilities and Environments for Simulation) is an X Window based interactive tool for running the PLM simulator. It invokes the simulator, and communicates with it through UNIX sockets, while providing a better user interface with objects such as menus, buttons, display windows, scroll bars, etc. It is designed to allow future extension with minimum change to allow interface to other simulators. In this report, the internal structure of DUES is explored in detail. Issues regarding data structures, process communication, and the functionality of each object are examined. Directions for future work are also recommended.
DUES (Display Utilities and Environments for Simulation)
Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California, May 16, 1988
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