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JASA

JASA is a high-performance auction simulator. It is designed for performing experiments in agent-based computational economics. It implements variants of the double-auction market, which is commonly used to run real-world market places such as stock exchanges. It is designed to be highly extensible so that other types of auctions can easily be implemented. The software also provides a base classes for implementing simple adaptive trading agents.

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  •  05 Jul 2013 18:10

    Release Notes: Modifications were made for compatibility with JABM 0.8. A scaling attribute was introduced into LinearCombinationForecaster. The chiarellaAndIori model was split into separate bean configuration files. Deprecated examples were removed. FourHeapOrderHeap no longer checks heap integrity by checking heap constraints. The direction (buy/sell) of trading strategies is now encapsulated in the DirectionPolicy interface. This will break source compatibility with trading strategies implemented in previous versions of JASA.

    •  10 Oct 2011 18:30

      Release Notes: This version has several changes to bring it in line with recent JABM refactoring as well as some important bugfixes.

      •  12 Jan 2009 19:03

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  18 Feb 2005 19:02

          Release Notes: This release uses RePast version 3.0 instead of 2.2. Several new trading strategies and graphs have been added, and there are some important bugfixes.

          •  27 Oct 2004 15:32

            Release Notes: The most significant change in this release is integration with the RePast toolkit for visualising and monitoring interactive simulations. Additionally, there are several important bugfixes.

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