Welcome to the Drone homepage!

Drone is a system for automatically running simulation programs on an arbitrary number of Internet hosts. It includes a number of features to help with simulation record keeping, archiving, statistical validation, and replication. The other components of Drone are the DroneD and DroneUtil projects.

Drone was written by Theodore C. Belding at the University of Michigan Center for the Study of Complex Systems for the UM CAR group (Michael Cohen, Robert Axelrod, and Rick Riolo).

The current stable release of Drone is Drone-1.03, which does not require DroneD or DroneUtil.

The current development release of Drone is Drone-2.91.1.

The current release of stublet is stublet-1.1.6.


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