SIMULATION is the monthly refereed transactions of the leading society devoted to advancing the discipline and profession of modeling and simulation. An archival journal in both print and electronic form, it consists of distinct sections--one devoted to theory, the other to applications. Published articles must have a clear relevance to general modeling and simulation issues. In addition to its archival mission, the journal aims to help professionals and researchers, particularly those involved in multidisciplinary projects, apply advances in modeling and simulation theory, methodology and technology to their application areas.
The principal focus of SIMULATION is on research papers, however, comprehensive review and tutorial papers that explain methodological topics in modeling and simulation are also within the scope of the journal, and will be reviewed both for technical quality as well as understandability to the general reader.