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Integrating Modelling Toolkit
A comprehensive and extensible set of abstractions allowing definition and use of interoperable model componenents. Modellers create and IMT "world" made of IMT "agents" that will each perform a particular phase of a modelling task. The core set of agents can describe modular, distributed components either native to the IMT or from existing toolkits specialized for various modelling, analysis and simulation tasks. IMT agents are designed to easily 'glue' together in higher-level simulations while integrating different modelling paradigms and toolkits. Programming experience is not needed to start developing models with IMT; an agent or collection of agents is fully described by an XML document and can be read from and written to a URL, just like a Web page.


Download version 0.1a (alpha)
released on 24 April 2000

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GPLv2orlaterJanet Casey31 January 2001

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Ferdinando Villa Maintainer

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 17 February 2004.


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