Nanoverse: A constraints-based declarative framework for rapid agent-based modeling

@article{Borenstein2015NanoverseAC,
  title={Nanoverse: A constraints-based declarative framework for rapid agent-based modeling},
  author={David Bruce Borenstein},
  journal={2015 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)},
  year={2015},
  pages={206-217}
}
Agent-based models (ABMs) are ubiquitous in research and industry. Currently, simulating ABMs involves at least some imperative (step-by-step) computer instructions. An alternative approach is declarative programming, in which a set of requirements is described at a high level of abstraction. Here I present the a fully declarative methodology for the automated construction of simulations for ABMs. In this framework, called “Nanoverse,” logic for ABM simulations is encapsulated into predefined… CONTINUE READING

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