30-day Public Review for XML Interchange Language for System Dynamics (#XMILE) V1.0 - ends October 11th
The OASIS XML Interchange Language (XMILE) for System Dynamics TC  members have recently approved a Committee Specification Draft (CSD) and submitted it for 30-day public review:
XML Interchange Language for System Dynamics (XMILE) Version 1.0
Committee Specification Draft 01 / Public Review Draft 01
26 August 2014
This document defines an open XML protocol (XMILE) for the sharing, interoperability, and reuse of System Dynamics models and simulations.
System Dynamics is an interactive environment for simulating the impact of policy on complex ecosystems. The benefits of this standard are:
* System Dynamics models can be re-used with Big Data sets to show how different policies produce different outcomes in complex environments.
* Models can be stored in cloud-based libraries, shared within and between organizations, and used to communicate different outcomes with common vocabulary.
* Model components can be re-used and plugged into other simulations.
* It allows the creation of online repositories modeling many common business decisions.
* It increases acceptance and use of System Dynamics as a discipline.
* It helps ISVs make new tools that help businesses to develop and understand models and simulations.
* It enables vendors to develop standards-based applications for new markets such as mobile and social media.
Public Review Period:
The public review starts 12 September 2014 at 00:00 UTC and ends 11 October 2014 at 23:59 UTC.
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 OASIS XML Interchange Language (XMILE) for System Dynamics TC