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Simulation Experiment Schemas - Beyond Tools and Simulation Approaches (Software Appendix)

Pia Wilsdorf, Julius Zimmermann, Marcus Dombrowsky, Ursula van Rienen & Adelinde M. Uhrmacher
This archive contains the software described in the paper "Simulation Experiment Schemas - Beyond Tools and Simulation Approaches" published at the Winter Simulation Conference 2019. The tool guides users through the simulation experiment specification process via a graphical user interface. The entered information is used in the generation of backend-independent experiment specifications in the JSON format. The JSON-based specifications can be mapped to different simulation backends. Currently, two domains of modeling and simulation are supported:...

Data set for Nonlinearity-induced photonic topological insulator

Lukas J. Maczewsky, Matthias Heinrich, Mark Kremer, Sergey K. Ivanov, Max Ehrhardt, Franklin Martinez, Yaroslav V. Kartashov, Vladimir V. Konotop, Lluis Torner, Dieter Bauer & Alexander Szameit

Kitchen Task Assessment Dataset for Measuring Errors due to Cognitive Impairments

Kristina Yordanova, Albert Hein & Thomas Kirste
The dataset contains different types of sensor data: acceleration data from different objects and from body-worn sensors as well as annotation. The dataset consists of 12 normal runs and 12 erroneous runs, where the participants simulated typical errors due to dementia. The annotation consists of both action annotation in the form “action_object_object” as well es annotation about the object being manipulated and the hand that is manipulating it.

Partial evaluation via code generation for static stochastic reaction network models (Software Appendix)

Till Köster
Succinct, declarative, and domain-specific modeling languages have many advantages when creating simulation models. However, it is often challenging to efficiently execute models defined in such languages. We use code generation for model-specific simulators. Code generation has been successfully applied for high-performance algorithms in many application domains. By generating tailored simulators for specific simulation models defined in a domain specific language, we get the best of both worlds: a succinct, declarative and formal presentation of the...

Data Set for Topological Funneling of Light

Sebastian Weidemann, Mark Kremer & Alexander Szameit

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