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SED-ML L1 V2
Simulation Experiment Description Markup Language Level 1 Version 2
The Simulation Experiment Description Markup Language (SED-ML). SED-ML encodes in a computer-readable exchange format the information required by MIASE to enable reproduction of simulation experiments. It has been developed as a community project and it is defined in a detailed technical specification and additionally provides an XML schema. [ ... ] It covers the description of the most frequent type of simulation experiments in the area, namely time course simulations. SED-ML documents specify which models to use in an experiment, modifications to apply on the models before using them, which simulation procedures to run on each model, what analysis results to output, and how the results should be presented. These descriptions are independent of the underlying model implementation. SED-ML is a software-independent format for encoding the description of simulation experiments; it is not specific to particular simulation tools. Here, we demonstrate that with the growing software support for SED-ML we can effectively exchange executable simulation descriptions.*
SED-ML is a format describing how a simulation experiment is carried out. The simulation itself is described in the interfaced format. Biological application is therefore viewed as a property of the interfaced standard.
*(Waltemath D et al.. BMC Systems Biology. 2011; 5:198.)
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MathML Support: yes
Full MathML Support: no
Unit Required: no
Miriram Support: yes
identifiers.org Support: yes
Simulation Experiment Description Markup Language (SED-ML)
SBGN describes the procedures and conditions under which a particular model is used in a unambiguous way.
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Not closely defiened license allowing for free use and open participation. The product is viewed as community effort.