|The Model Exploration Module (MEME)|
MEME stands for the Model Exploration Module of MASS. Models are generally used for studying, or exploring the behavior of the certain real phenomena in different circumstances This is done by observing various factors of the model during (or at the end of) unattended, usually long and/or large number of simulations or batch running of experiments in other words. These observations produce huge amounts of raw data that need to be managed and analyzed.
MEME is a tool for dealing with the above described experiments and the data produced. It allows the user to store and organize the raw data in databases and to merge and split them. It has an easy to use, automated wizard to create distillated (processed) view tables and to visualize these tables on numerous types of graphs and charts. MEME stores the view tables and chart configurations in separate files allowing the user to edit, change or develop them if needed, leaving the original data intact. MEME is able to run RepastJ 3.1 (FABLES), NetLogo 4.0.4 and pure Java simulations directly and collect their results internally. MEME is developed to be able to interoperate with other existing statistical software like R and Matlab in the future. These capabilities further simplify the modeling work and allow the users to focus on the models themselves.
* Not supported in currently available demo version