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JiST (Java in Simulated Time) is an event based simulation engine written in the [[htp://java.sun.com | Java]] programming language.
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JiST (Java in Simulated Time) is an event based simulation engine written in the [[http://java.sun.com | Java]] programming language.
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JiST (Java in Simulated Time) is an event based simulation engine written in the [[htp://java.sun.com | Java]] programming language.

It has been developed by Rimon Barr at Cornell University. The project web site can be found at [[http://jist.ece.cornell.edu/]].

Some important features of JiST:
* event based
* simulations are completely described with the Java programming language
* low memory usage, allowing big simulations
* high event throughput

The [[Swans]] network simulator runs on top of it.

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