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Interactive Schedule Reduction Model (ISRM)
Intense human-model interaction through new design methods and tools may improve perception and reduce effort to realize descriptively-complex systems. Applied to system project management, models may help assess alternative system development processes and resource allocations.
Traditional modeling environments do not effectively support a paradigm for collaborative modeling emphasizing model sharing and reuse, massive data generation and storage, and advanced visualizations-areas in which web- based technologies excel. ISRM addresses two challenges to advance collaborative modeling. First, it aims to identify how a browser-based environment can replicate existing features of a SD model. Second, it aims to adapt existing technologies to support sensitivity analyses and advanced visualizations of results.
The ISRM Visualization Service enables users to see and compare the results of multiple runs of the ISRM
- Find files on GitHub: ISRM source code