Toward a language for the flexible observation of simulations

Helms, Tobias and Himmelspach, Jan and Maus, Carsten and Oliver, Röwer and Schützel, Johannes and Uhrmacher, Adelinde M. (2012) Toward a language for the flexible observation of simulations. In: Winter Simulation Conference (WSC 2012), 09-12 Dec 2012, Berlin, Germany. Proceedings, published by IEEE, Online ISSN: 0891-7736, 418:1-418:12.

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Simulation studies typically imply the generation and interpretation of data. Collecting, storing, and filtering data can be expensive. Therefore, it is important to allow a user to specify these processes flexibly depending on the modeling language, the model, and the objective of the simulation study. An instrumentation language is presented and applied to collect, aggregate, store, and filter data generated during experimentation with models specified in ML-Rules, a rule-based multilevel modeling language for cell biological systems.

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