EZStrobe

EZStrobe is an entirely graphical simulation system based on extended and annotated Activity Cycle Diagrams that uses Three-Phase Activity Scanning. Although EZStrobe uses Stroboscope as its engine, EZStrobe is not Stroboscope. You can learn how to use EZStrobe effectively without having to learn Stroboscope or having to use Stroboscope directly.

EZStrobe is ideal as a first general purpose simulation tool because it requires no programming. EZStrobe is capable of modeling complex operations as long as it is not necessary to access the properties or state of resources, or to differentiate among them.

EZStrobe is installed automatically when Stroboscope is installed.

Once you have installed Stroboscope, you can get started at the Learning EZStrobe page.

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EZStrobe is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 9733267. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.