Orders : CSIM : Student License
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|What are computing system educators saying about CSIM?|
"CSIM is a powerful low
level simulation tool well suited
for use as a research tool for
studying network protocols."
"I really like CSIM, and so do
my students. It supports the same
type of powerful model building
constructs that made GPSS so popular,
without the burden of its arcane
1960s-era assembly language syntax.
In addition, CSIM has proven to
be a very robust system, with
very fast execution times and
easy portability between different
Over the past decade, CSIM has been used successfully by major corporations and universities on a national basis to study and develop complex systems such as:
Network Protocols and Systems
Telecom Communication Systems
Aerospace and Defense Systems
Software and Hardware Applications
Manufacturing and Transportation Processes
And much more...
The CSIM Student Version License is meant for use by students and educators of simulation modeling and system design. The software package consists of one binary copy of the library, header and example files, documentation, and the Software License Agreement for all platforms (Windows, Mac Intel, Linux, and Java). The Software License Agreement allows you to use the software on one operating platform at a time.
The Student Version License allows for use on a single computer at any one time (referred to as a seat) on a single operating platform such as Windows, Linux, Mac or Java.
Note that the student edition is a limited version of CSIM that is well suited for student use, but is not appropriate for large-scale university or professional use.
The CSIM Student Edition is available on the following platforms:
- Windows (a version of CSIM 20)
- Mac Intel (a version of CSIM 20)
- Linux (a version of CSIM 20)
- Java (a version of CSIM for Java)
Installation and bug-fix support is included with the purchase of a student version of CSIM. If multiple licenses are purchased for use in course instruction, technical support will be provided to the course instructor, or primary course contact.