FLAME is a generic agent-based modelling system which can be used to development applications in many areas. It generates a complete agent-based application which can be compiled and built on the majority of computing systems ranging from laptops to HPC super computers.

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FLAME in patient flow modelling project started (Posted on 10 January 2014)

FLAME is being used in a new partient flow modelling project. The project - a collaboration between STFC, Sheffield University and CMFT - will be using FLAME to simulate the...

FLAME in patient flow modelling project (Posted on 10 December 2013)

Flame is being used in a new partient flow modelling project. The project - a collaboration between STFC, Sheffield University and CMFT - will be using FLAME to simulate the...

FLAME Conference Talk at HPCC 2012 (Posted on 25 June 2012)

FLAME and future improvements for FLAME2 were presented at the International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications in Liverpool. The associated paper is available here.

Projects that use FLAME

Skin modelling