Thursday, July 7, 2016

Citing JaamSim and Updated Release Policy


We've seen an increasing number of papers written using JaamSim in the research process, to support this we've created some suggested text to help with citing JaamSim in your papers. Please cite JaamSim in the following way (Adjust the version as needed):

JaamSim Development Team (2016). JaamSim: Discrete-Event Simulation Software. Version 2016-14. URL doi:10.5281/zenodo.57118

For Latex users, the following Bibtex entry may be useful:

    title = {JaamSim: Discrete-Event Simulation Software},
    author = {{JaamSim Development Team}},
    year = {2016},
    note = {Version 2016-14},
    url = {},
    doi = {10.5281/zenodo.57118}

As you may have noticed, we also have created a Digital Object Identifier for JaamSim to help people with their citations.

JaamSim Downloads

We've changed the download locations slightly to take advantage of the github release feature, all versions will now have a permanent address hosting each of the pre-built JaamSim executables rather than being hosted directly on

The latest release will always be linked directly from the existing downloads page, but if you ever need an older version to replicate past results, they are now all archived at:

That's all for now, as always, if you have any questions please find us on the JaamSim forum.

Harvey Harrison

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