Java Modelling Tools - JMT

Introduction

Project Description

Java Modelling Tools (JMT) is a suite of applications developed by Politecnico di Milano and Imperial College London and released under GPL license.

The project aims at offering a comprehensive framework for performance evaluation, system modeling with analytical and simulation techniques, capacity planning and workload characterization studies.

The current stable version of the suite includes six Java applications:

  1. JSIMgraph - Queueing network and Petri net simulator with graphical user interface
  2. JSIMwiz - Queueing network and Petri net simulator with wizard-based user interface
  3. JMVA - Mean Value Analysis and Approximate solution algorithms for queueing network models
  4. JABA - Asymptotic Analysis and bottlenecks identification of queueing network models
  5. JWAT - Workload characterization from log data
  6. JMCH - Markov chain simulator

Versions

Download last version: JMT 1.0.1 (Released 2017-May-28).

New: JMT now supports simulation of generalized stochastic Petri nets and queueing Petri nets!

Release announcements: please subscribe to the jmt-announce list.

Reference

If you are using JMT for scientific papers, academic lectures, project reports, or technical documents, please cite:

M.Bertoli, G.Casale, G.Serazzi.
JMT: performance engineering tools for system modeling.
ACM SIGMETRICS Performance Evaluation Review, Volume 36 Issue 4, New York, US, March 2009, 10-15, ACM press. (Article) (BibTex)

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