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Modeling a simulation system requires a great deal of customization. At first sight no system seems to resemble exactly another system and every time a new model has to be designed the modeler has to start from scratch. The present simulation languages provide the modeler with powerful tools that greatly facilitate building models (modules for arrivals or servers, etc.). Yet, also with these tools the modeler constantly has the feeling that he is reinventing the wheel again and again. Maybe thedoi:10.1109/wsc.1999.823139 dblp:conf/wsc/Arons99 fatcat:sbhh2bzgafdbzbzp46mybzjaka