Those are out of date and not used any more. The metamodel, such as it is, is less formal, consisting of the concepts of agents, contexts, and projections. The various Repast Simphony papers describe those in more detail.
On May 12, 2016, at 3:56 PM, Fernando dos Santos <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear Repast maintainers,
I'm surveying the available ABMS platforms in order to understand their underlying metamodels.
I found in some papers --- such as Parker et al. (2006) and Garro & Russo (2010) --- a class diagram that shows the Repast metamodel (composed of SContext, SAgent, SProjection, etc).
Is there any updated and official version of this diagram published in somewhere? I haven't found any in the Repast website.
Regards, Fernando Santos
Parker, M. T., North, M. J., Collier, N. T., Howe, T. R., & Voss, J. R. (2006). Agent-based meta-models. In Agent 2006 Conference on Social Agents: Results and Prospects (pp. 21-23).
Garro, A., & Russo, W. (2010). easyABMS: A domain-expert oriented methodology for agent-based modeling and simulation. Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, 18(10), 1453-1467.