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Virtual Commons Experiment Software
The Virtual Commons (http://commons.asu.edu) is an open software initiative devoted to computational experiments on collective action and resource governance and funded by Arizona State University's Center for Behavior, Institutions, and the Environment (http://cbie.asu.edu).
NOTE: we've moved our development to GitHub at https://github.com/virtualcommons - please look for the latest versions there.
- real-time client-server interaction with support for arbitrary temporal / spatial complexity
- event-driven experiment framework with support for networking, messaging, persistence, and thread-safe handling of asynchronous events
- clients deployed via Java WebStart / JNLP
- XML configuration for experiments and rounds
- build and deployment via Ant and Ivy or Maven
- web framework for collective action experiments developed in Django w/ support for Celery, RabbitMQ, and socket.io
Non-Profit Organizations, Science/Research, Education, Developers
Java Swing, OpenGL, Web-based
Python, Java, ActionScript, Flex
MySQL, PostgreSQL (pgsql)
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