Sismic Interactive Statechart Model Interpreter and Checker
Statecharts are a well-known visual language for modeling the executable behavior of complex reactive event-based systems. The Sismic library for Python >= 3.4 provides a set of tools to define, validate, simulate, execute and debug statecharts. More specifically, Sismic provides:
Sismic can be installed using pip as usual: pip install sismic. This will install the latest stable version.
You can also install Sismic from this repository by cloning it. The development occurs in the devel branch, the latest stable distributed version is in the master branch.
Sismic requires Python >=3.4
The documentation for the latest distributed version is available on sismic.readthedocs.io.
Many examples are available in docs/examples.
The documentation can also be directly built from the docs directory using Sphinx.
The Sismic library for Python is mainly developed by Alexandre Decan at the University of Mons.
Sismic is released publicly under the GNU Lesser General Public Licence version 3.0 (LGPLv3).
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