CD++: a toolkit to develop DEVS models The features of a toolkit for modeling and simulation based on the DEVS formalism are presented. The tool is built as a set of independent software pieces running on different platforms. Not only are the main characteristics of the environment presented, a focus on its use is also considered by inclusion of application examples for a variety of problems. Many models can be defined in an automated fashion, simplifying the construction of new models and easing their verification. The use of this formal approach has allowed the development of safe and cost-effective simulations, significantly reducing development time.
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- Wainer, Gabriel; Castro, Rodrigo: A survey on the application of the Cell-DEVS formalism (2010)
- Cao, Qi; He, Zhong-shi; Yu, Lei: Research into simulation and modeling of material supply in emergent disaster based on DEVS/CD++ (2008)
- Wainer, Gabriel; Davidson, Alejandra: Defining a traffic modeling language using cellular discrete-event abstractions (2007)
- Liu, Qi; Wainer, Gabriel: Simulating market dynamics with CD++ (2005)
- Shang, Hui; Wainer, Gabriel: A model of virus spreading using Cell-DEVS (2005)
- López, Alejandro; Wainer, Gabriel: Improved Cell-DEVS model definition in CD++ (2004)
- Wu, Pengfei; Wu, Xiuping; Wainer, Gabriel: Applying Cell-DEVS in 3D free-form shape modeling (2004)
- Wainer, Gabriel: CD++: a toolkit to develop DEVS models (2002)