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Easy Java Simulations Modeling and Authoring Tool
written by Francisco Esquembre
content provider: Wolfgang Christian and Félix J. García Clemente
Easy Java Simulations (EJS) is a Java program that enables both programmers and novices to quickly and easily prototype, test, and distribute packages of Java simulations.
Please note that this resource requires at least version 1.7 of Java (JRE).
3 supplemental documents are available
Archival version of EJS version 4.3.
download 31898kb .zip
Last Modified: July 25, 2014
EJS version 4.2 can read files generated by previous versions but version 4.2 models are not backward compatible and cannot be read by previous versions.
download 13192kb .zip
Last Modified: June 14, 2010
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