First official release of LINE 2.0.0

After 600 days of development, the first official stable release of LINE 2.0.0 is out! Official website Sourceforge Github MATLAB FileExchange YouTube

Best demo award at ICPE 2019

My demo presentation of LINE 2.0.0 has won the best demo award at ICPE 2019! Here are my demo slides. It was great to see interest in the ICPE community for this tool and I hope to follow-up with colleagues to support their needs as we evolve this project.

JMT 1.0.0 Released!

Download: JMT now supports simulation of generalized stochastic Petri nets and queueing Petri nets! Summary of changes – JSIMgraph, JSIMwiz: Petri net components: Place and Transition (see JMT user manual for more details) Added some examples of Petri nets and hybrid models in the JMT working folder Enabled group constraints in Finite Capacity Regions… Read more »

JMT 0.9.4 Released!

Download: JMT * Patched templates download at the first run * Improved the display of windows and dialogs * Updated the unit tests for JSIMengine * Fixed miscellaneous bugs in JSIM and JMCH JMVA * New components: Semaphore and Scaler * New queue strategies: Random, SJF (Shortest Job First) and LJF (Longest Job First)… Read more »

JMT 0.9.3 Released!

The JMT team at Politecnico di Milano and Imperial College London have released the latest version of Java Modelling Tools! You can download JMT ver 0.9.3 at this link. The JSIMgraph simulator has a more powerful support for fork-join strategies and runs much faster on models with several queues.

JMT 0.9.2 released!

After a long wait of more than a year and a half, in which the JMT teams at Politecnico di Milano and Imperial College London worked a lot on improving the tool, Java Modelling Tools version 0.9.2 has now been finally released! A list of new features and changes from the previous release is available… Read more »

New LINE release: added BPMN and PMIF support

The new release (v 0.7) of LINE, our layered queueing network solver, provides initial support for the performance evaluation of BPMN collaboration diagrams. LINE reads the BPMN model in the standard BPMN XML format, augmented with timing information, and analyzes it by means of a model-to-model transformation to LQN models. We also added scripts to read PMIF models.

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