OASIS XML Interchange Language (XMILE) for System Dynamics TC
Defining an open XML protocol for sharing interoperable system dynamics models and simulations.
Steven Adler, email@example.com, Chair
Table of Contents
- TC Liaisons
- TC Tools and Approved Publications
- Technical Work Produced by the Committee
- Expository Work Produced by the Committee
- External Resources
- Mailing Lists and Comments
- Press Coverage and Commentary
- Additional Information
Participation in the OASIS XMILE TC is open to all interested parties. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.-->
Members of the OASIS XML Interchange Language (XMILE) for System Dynamics TC are working to develop an open XML protocol for sharing interoperable SD models and simulations. The work builds upon SMILE, a descriptive, DYNAMO-based language; the XMILE specification itself encodes SMILE in XML.
XMILE will enable System Dynamics models to be reused with Big Data sets to show how different policies produce different outcomes in complex environments. Models may be stored in cloud-based libraries, shared within and between organizations, and used to communicate different outcomes with common vocabulary. XMILE will also support the integration of system dynamics models and simulations into mainstream analytics software.
Using XMILE, online repositories may be created to model common business decisions. ISVs will be able to develop new tools that help businesses understand models and simulations. XMILE also enables the development of standards-based applications for mobile technologies and social media.
For more information on the XMILE TC, see the TC Charter.
No subcommittees have been formed for this TC.
No TC Liaisons have been announced for this TC.
Links for tools/publications have not yet been activated.
This Committee has not produced technical work yet.
There are no approved expository work products for this TC yet.
- Webinar: Understanding Big Data Using System Dynamics and XMILE, 24 June 2013
- "XMILE: System Dynamics Standard at OASIS" (Steve Adler, Blog, 17 June 2013)
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