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SimParm

Simple and flexible C++ configuration framework

Abstract
The configuration of parameters in simulation software is an often overlooked aspect of the development process. SimParm is a C++ framework that alleviates the burden of managing configuration parameters from software developers. It has been designed to be simple, easy to use and flexible, both when defining parameters and using them in the simulation. Plain text configuration files are supported, as well as overriding values on the command line. SimParm allows interactive real-time adjustment of parameters during the simulation - when running locally and remotely. Furthermore, multiple users can adjust parameters, allowing collaborative exploration of the parameter space. This helps users to determine suitable parameter values for unfamiliar datasets - even when the dataset is too large to run be run on the local workstation.

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