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Proposal feedback, interested party [message #566512] Thu, 24 June 2010 17:02
Miles Parker is currently offline Miles ParkerFriend
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Hi all,

Congratulations on your proposal. A few thoughts..

1. Consider adding the Agent Modeling Project to related projects. As AMP and specifically the Agent Modeling Framework Acore representation are designed to model and simulate real world objects the need for standardized approaches to units of measurement is very clear. We are especially interested in defining model / sub-model level consistent relative measures and time-scales at hierarchical scales. We are interested primarily in representations that are not based on particular implementations (e.g. particular floating point constructs) but instead that rely on notionally "real" units of measurement.

2. Is a meta-model representation (i.e. EMF) contemplated? Such a representation would be very useful, and in fact could supersede or obviate the need for a Java representation per se, though of course support for actual transformations would need to be implemented in Java.

3. Have you considered other projects that might be combined or affiliated within this project? Again, taken with say the STEM project, AMP, etc.. we are all working with common representations that are a) model-based and b) working with real world objects. Perhaps it would be useful to be thinking about common representational schemes that go beyond the scope of units of measure.


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