Jim's sparse homepage
Jim Nutaro is part of the research staff at ORNL. The contents of this very sparse page are presently limited to
1. A link to the adevs discrete event simulation software.
2. The Toolkit for Hybrid Systems Modeling and Evalulation. THYME integrates adevs and NS2 for the purposes of simulating network-centric systems, with an emphasis on electric power grids; it has two parts. The first part is a set of C++ classes for simulating electrical power systems (these are based on adevs); the second part allows adevs models in general, and the eletrical power system model in particular, to be integrated with the NS2 network simulation software.
3. A list of my publications.
You can contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.