-var name_of_variable value_of_variable
-i. I'm sure you can translate a file of
name valueinto a list of
-var name valueusing xargs (you can probably simply write you -var in a file and ask the shell to include it in the command line...) I'll try and give you my results
Yes it somehow work. I've written a file
-var foo 0 -var bar 1
and a model test.ka that use 'foo' and 'bar'. Then I
KaSim -make-sim test.sim $(cat vars) test.ka
Now if I change the value of 'foo' and 'bar' in
KaSim $(cat vars) -load-sim test.sim, it does run the simulation with the new values!
KaSim $(cat vars) -load-sim test.siminside a for loop in bash because missing whitespaces: it should say
KaSim $( cat vars ) -load-sim test.sim. That little mistake prevented KaSim read new values.
%obs: 'obs_name' 'var_name'
invalid use of character [or
Invalid internal statewith models in the model folder with the master branch but no error with KaSim4 rc1.
Parsing synth.ka... done File "synth.ka", line 42, characters 0-0: Incorrect beginning of sentence
%mod: repeat ... do ... until ...construction. You can make the test/application time based instead of event based by using
%mod: alarm ... repeat ... do ... until ....
Hello everyone. Finally I could show you my work. We developed a tool to calibrate Rule-Based Models and it supports KaSim (v4). Please, I you have doubts, things to improve or anything, don't hesitate and contact me (or to Alberto). I'm writing my PhD thesis and your feedback will be considered further. Thank you in advance. Best regards.
inits, it simply consider them as what they are internally: Rules of introductions." and its rational is "Dead rules warnings are there to prevent omissions/bugs, if a user explicitly says
%init: 0 A()it is interpreted as saying "I'm not forgetting A() but I want none" so static analyses considers A as "taken into account"".