Accomplishing adaptability in simulation frameworks: the Bubble approach

J.A.D. Pace, F.U. Triilnik, M.R. Campo, M.E. Fayad
25th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference. COMPSAC 2001  
Enforcing framework adaptability is one of the key points in the process of building an object-oriented application framework. When it comes to simulation, some adaptation mechanisms to configure components on-the-fly are usually required in order to produce good software artifacts and alleviate development effort. The paper reports an experience using a simulation multi-agent framework, initially conceived to be used in fluid flow problems. The framework architecture demonstrated during its
more » ... rated during its evolution a great potential regarding to flexibility and modularity, tackling a wide range of other problems ranging from a network protocol simulation to a soccer simulation.
doi:10.1109/cmpsac.2001.960650 dblp:conf/compsac/PaceFTC01 fatcat:itlbdqwjobcjzf3xby4zo5pjoq