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  • XRaptor MAS simulator 2/9/00 Who points to it? 16 - XRaptor (Universit├Ąt Mainz) is an environment for simulation of scenarios in continuous virtual multi-agent worlds, written in C++ for Unix and X-windows.

  • Evo 4/27/00 Who points to it? 33 - Evo, developed by the Omicron Group, is a software framework that allows researchers to study complexsystems of independent agents interacting with one another and with their Simulation System developed at the Santa Fe Institute and maintained at the Swarm Development Group. Evo was developed solely with the use of open-source tools and is released as freeware under the terms of the GNU GPL.

  • RePast -- Agent-Based Simulations in Java 4/29/00 Who points to it? 48 - Repast (REcursive Porous Agent Simulation Toolkit) is an agent-based simulation toolkit for creating agent-based simulations using Java (1.2 or higher). Repast follows the basic Swarm paradigm in that it envisions a simulation as a state machine whose state is constituted by the collective states of all of its components, both infrastructure and representation. The goal of Repast is to move beyond the representation of agents as discrete self-contained entities in favor of a view of social actors as permeable, interleaved, and mutually defining, with cascading and recombinant motives.

  • Ps-i 9/25/01 Who points to it? 42 - Ps-i is an environment for running agent-basedsimulations. It is cross-platform, with binaries available for Win32. Features include: declarative language formodel specification; industry standard Tcl/Tk scripting; built-in routine optimization, speculative evaluation, andxf86 JIT compiler that permit the creation of complex models without sacrificing performance; user-friendlyinterface; ability to save and restore program runs; ability to change model parameters on the fly; and datavisualization.

  • NetLogo 12/16/01 Who points to it? 17 - NetLogo is a distributed programming language and agent modeling language and simulator based which is descended from StarLogo. It is also an authoring language for a network of handheld devicescalled HubNet, that enables students to engage in"participatory simulations" where students control individual agents, actors or particles within a simulation and can view and reflect on the aggregate patterns that emerge from the interactions. (ACE News)

  • Quicksilver agent simulation environment 8/9/02 Who points to it? 16 - Quicksilver is an agent based simulation environment in Java and released under LGPL.

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