Personal Software Engineering Discussion Group

Place: Room 420, GP South (Building 78)

Time: Friday 27th January 2006, 12 noon coffee/tea, 12:10 talk

Title: "Economic Simulations in DIAS and Software Engineering Practices"

Presenter: Leighton Brough

The talk will discuss the relevance and effectiveness of various software engineering practices to an economic simulation developed in the DIAS (Dynamic Information Architecture System) framework. The capabilities of DIAS will be described, as well as the nature of the simulation and the implementation issues encountered using the framework. Finally, the software engineering practices used will be discussed.

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Daniel Bradley
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ARC Centre in Bioinformatics

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