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(c) May 2015
DEEM Version 1.2 is now available for x86 Linux, ppc MacOSX and x86 MacOSX.
Tested platforms: Ubuntu 14.04 x86_64 and MacOSX 10.10.3 x86_64.
Software required by the GUI:
- X Window System
- Openmotif (Version-Release >=2.2.2)
Software required to generate the documentation:
- fig2dev (provided by transfig, Version-Release >= 3.2.3-2 is required)
The package "deem-<version>.bin.<os>.<arch>.tar.gz"
(where <os> is the operative system and <arch> is the
architecture) contains the following:
- the file "README" (this file)
- the executable "bin/deem" (to invoke the GUI of DEEM)
- the executable "bin/deemas" (to invoke the analytical solver of DEEM)
- the executable "bin/deemrep" (to generate the documentation)
- the file "deem-cshrc.txt" (an example of lines for .cshrc)
- the configuration file "conf/deem.conf" (to configurate DEEM)
- the dir "deem_models/PMS_model" (example of PMS model)
- the dir "deem_models/SMS_model" (example of SMS model)
- the dir "deem_models/calcService_MPS_model" (example of MPS models for web service-based system)
- the dir "deem_models/L1L2_MPS_model" (example of simple MPS models)
To install and use DEEM do the following:
- visit http://dcl.isti.cnr.it/DEEM to obtain the license file ".deemlicense" and drop this file in your home directory
- download the
"deem-<version>.bin.<os>.<arch>.tar.gz" package for
your system from http://dcl.isti.cnr.it/DEEMTOOL/deemhowtoget.html
- unpack the "deem-<version>.bin.<os>.<arch>.tar.gz"
package; this will create the directory
- move the "deem-<version>.bin.<os>.<arch>" directory
into the installation directory in which install the DEEM tree
- set the environment variable DEEM_HOME to the path of the "deem-<version>.bin.<os>.<arch>" directory
- in the file deem-cshrc.txt there is an example of lines that could be
added to someone's .cshrc (assuming use of C shell) to execute
- to invoke the GUI of DEEM start X Window Server and run "deem" from the command line prompt
- to invoke the analytical solver of DEEM run "deemas" from the command line prompt
To use correctly this version of DEEM you must consider the following items:
1) At least one timed activity must be enabled for each phase. The
execution of the deem transient solver fails for models having phases
with no timed activity enabled (for example see the models L1L2_net_c
and L1L2_net_c_bis in directory deem_models/L1L2_MPS_model).
2) Measures can be defined only as a function of the marking of the SN
net (DEEM fails if measures as a function of the marking of PhN are
3) The measures are evaluated during each phase, after last phase ends the measures do not more change for next timepoints.
In the case 1) you can modify the model for example by adding dummy timed transitions.
For more details on the use of DEEM see the README and the examples in the directory deem_models.