Are there any well-known computational models in the literature that you would like to use, but the code isn't readily available? CoMSES Net is soliciting nominations for models that should be prioritized for submission to the CoMSES Computational Model Library (CML), and implementation on up-to-date modeling platforms is needed.
We will be initiating a Model Recovery and Replication Drive, by contacting the original authors to recover their model code and documentation and providing them to encourage their replication by researchers and university class projects. We hope to meet the goal of having well-documented and well-implemented versions of the highest priority models available in the CML by the end of 2012.
To help prioritize models for submission and replication, CoMSES Net is soliciting nominations for the models that members would most like to see in the CML.
To nominate a model, enter the name and citation for that model in the form below before May 1, 2012. Once we have collected model nominations, we will organize an open vote to determine the Top 10 Most-Desired Models for the CML. We will then contact the original model authors for documentation and code from their original model, and make them available to interested researchers and instructors.
The original authors, related publications, and the names of individuals who replicate the model will be appropriately cited in the CML listing for all models submitted.