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In brief. GeneSim is a code generator for simulators of dynamic systems.
What GeneSim does. GeneSim reads the specification of a dynamic system and produces the code that simulates the system. The specification is expressed using UML or SysML. Code is generated in object-oriented languages like C++, Java, C#.
Who should use GeneSim. The typical usage of GeneSim is to generate simulators of systems. GeneSim users are simulation engineers that need (or just like to have) the simulator source code but prefere to focus their effort on modelling the system rather than on writing the simulator code.
Project goals. GeneSim is an open source research project aiming at setting up an environment for the development of simulators of dynamic systems. In the long term, the GeneSim environment will include the following tools:
Subprojects. GeneSim is a complex project with ambitious goals. Research and implementation of tools proceeds by subprojects. Currently the following subprojects are active:
Deliverables. GeneSim source code is kept under CVS on Sourceforge. Stable releases are sometimes arranged and made available for download.
In brief. A printable, one-page fact sheet about GeneSim.
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