Learning Stroboscope

Stroboscope is an advanced simulation language suitable for modeling very complex operations in many areas of application. It is strongly advised, but not required, to first learn and master EZStrobe.

The best way to lean Stroboscope is by carefully reading J.C. Martinez’ Dissertation, trying the code that is presented in the Stroboscope IDE, and experimenting with concepts as they are introduced. J.C. Martinez’ Dissertation is installed in PDF format with Stroboscope and available under the entry “The Stroboscope Simulation Language” in the Stroboscope shortcuts created during installation. That document describes Stroboscope as it existed in January 1996. The Stroboscope language has been significantly enhanced since then with even more advanced capabilities. These capabilities are documented in summary form along with the original Stroboscope in the “Stroboscope Quick Reference Guide” which is also installed as a PDF with Stroboscope.

In addition, several examples documented in publications are also available and installed with Stroboscope. These are located in Examples –> Stroboscope in the Stroboscope program group.

Stroboscope is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 9733267. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.