stochastic simulation engine http://simgi.sourceforge.net/
|Latest on Hackage:||0.3|
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simgi is a stochastic simulator using the Gillespie algorithm [1,2].
simgi is released under the GPL v3.
(C) 2009-2010 Markus Dittrich,
National Resource for Biomedical Supercomputing &
Carnegie Mellon University
See doc/simgi.html for more information.
 D.T. Gillespie, J. Comput. Phys., 22, 403 (1976)
 D.T. Gillespie, J. Phys. Chem., 81, 2340 (1977)
* 0.3 released
* many bugfixes (an important one relates to 3 way and
higher order reactions which we computed incorrectly
in version 0.2).
* another significant overhaul of SGL language specs which
are now much more streamlined. Main changes
- dropped "def" keyword from input block to simplify parser
- all SGL identifier that expect a Double/Integer literal
now accept either parse-time or run-time statement blocks.
- the event definition block syntax is now much more
consistent with the rest of the SGL
- the "outputFile" keyword has been moved to the output
* simgi will now try to evaluate statement blocks while
parsing in order to minimize the run-time overhead.
* added many more tests to the test suite.
2009-12-01 Markus Dittrich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* 0.2 released.
* significant overhaul of SGL language spec. This will break
backward compatibility with simgi 0.1.
* replaced simple RNG with a 64 bit Mersenne Twister implementation.
* added expression statements and the ability to describe
simulation events via the "events" block.
* added ability to specify output format.
2009-06-02 Markus Dittrich <email@example.com>
* 0.1.1 release (identical to 0.1 with only a few minor
changes needed for uploading to Hackage).
2009-05-30 Markus Dittrich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* initial commit