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László Gulyás on 12/06/2007 11:46 PM:
> Others with Repast are known using Terracotta for similar purposes.
Thanks for the additional pointer to Terracotta. I'd found that through
google; but, it seemed to me more oriented toward web applications.
What I did see didn't seem much more powerful than manually building an
RMI based system.
Michael Lees on 12/07/2007 01:55 AM:
> I've been working on distributed simulation of agent-based systems
> for some time. If you're interested in the general issues (not
> specifically MASON, Grid etc) there is plenty of literature, I can
> pass you some if you are.
Thanks very much. I'm not new to distributed (or parallel) simulation.
But I've only built a couple of small distributed systems in Java
(using JINI). And I plan to use MASON for these upcoming models; hence
my question to this list.
> If you're interested in the latter then I have actually developed a
> bacteria simulation using MASON which uses HLA and Globus(Grid) to
> run in both WAN and LAN environments. If you're interested you can
> find out more here...
Excellent! Thanks. I doubt I'll end up complying with HLA. But Globus
does look useful to some extent.
glen e. p. ropella, 971-219-3846, http://tempusdictum.com
Last year I went fishing with Salvador Dali. He was using a dotted line.
He caught every other fish. -- Steven Wright
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