Laboratory for Simulation Development

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A LSD simulation program is a stand-alone program containing the equations of the model, that is, the possibility to compute the value of a set of variables. The program is endowed with a complete set of simple and intuitive graphical interfaces to manage any possible aspect of simulation models. 

Models' Configurations

An LSD model program allows to define, edit, save and load model "configurations". A configuration consists in the lists of the elements in the model, numerical values for their initialization, running options and documentation.

Running Simulations

LSD model programs allow to run simulations in a variety of different ways, for speed, information-rich, or for debugging.

Analyse Results

The data from simulations are loaded into a module allowing to inspect the data produced by one or many simulation runs. The module can generate several types of graphs: time series, cross-section, 2D and 3D scatter plots, frequency histograms. The module is particularly efficient in dealing with massive amounts of data. The module produces graphical files and data files for export.


Last Updated on Sunday, 01 March 2009 10:50