Opportunities for Simulation in Software Engineering
ResumoSimulation has been successfully used in several domains, for research and practical purposes. Systematic approaches for simulation arose and a myriad of simulation models were proposed in the context of Software Engineering over the past decades. Despite the lack of rigor and industrial relevance on many of these, we discuss the existing synergies and consolidated knowledge to foster new opportunities between these areas.
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