PSIGHOS is a Java-based simulation library. PSIGHOS is focused on the simulation of business processes and comprises a parallel core so to reduce the execution time for large models.
Excel function for multi-criteria selection problems
SCOREMATH implements the simple-yet-ingenious weighted linear model for multi-criteria selection problems described in Ng, Wan Lung. "An efficient and simple model for multiple criteria supplier selection problem." European Journal of Operational Research 186, no. 3 (2008): 1059-1067. "There are many real situations where the decision makers are able to tell the criteria importance ranking (although they cannot tell the exact values of weights). The decision makers may not have enough knowledge to assign exact weight values but they can rank the importance by their expertise or experience. [...] [Our model] requires no pre-defined weight values. At the same time, our model can incorporate some user control by ranking of relative importance of the criteria. [...] decision makers only rank the relative importance of criteria, rather than specifying the degree of relativity. [...] [our model] does not require users with any optimization background."
Editor for Petri nets
Wolfgang is a lightweight tool that allows users to easily create and edit Petri nets and check them against general and workflow specific net properties. Specifically, Wolfgang supports full PNML conform editing functionality of Place-Transition Nets (P/T-Nets) and Colored Petri Nets (CPN) as they are defined in the SEPIA package. Its simple and easy to use interface allows to quickly create Petri nets from scratch, edit them graphically in many ways, store and even export them as PDFs. Use Wolfgang to smoothly create the Petri net you want! A user guide and a documentation can be found under http://doku.telematik.uni-freiburg.de/wolfgang.
Powerful export module with xslt and python language support for Archi
Please note that I have abandoned this project, as I am concentrating on Zenta. If you would like to take it, drop me a note. This is the Styled HTML exporter for Archi. Archi is at http://archi.cetis.ac.uk/ This module uses a - possibly user defined - XML stylesheet to create a html report from the model.