You can find the sources and executables of MGS on the Spatial Computing web page available here for Linux, Windows and Mac. A tutorial is available here.

Don't forget to bookmark the manual pages and do not hesitate to contact us in case of any questions.

Recent downloads by

  • M. Griesemer at UCSB
  • I. Hedayati (iraj dot hedayati at gmail dot com)
  • D. M. DeWeese (dustin dot deweese aT gmail dOt com),
  • H. Schmidt (heinz at schmidt dot net dot au),
  • O. Spiroski (ognen DoT spiroski at studenti dOt unitn dOt it),
  • D. Thayer (dpthayer at gmail dOt com),
  • J. P. Twycross (jpt at Cs dOt Nott dOt AC dOt UK),
  • D. Nizzica (davidn aT libero dot it),
  • P. Barbier de Reuille (pierre dot barbier at cirad dOt fr),
  • P. Kristian Lehre (Per dot Kristian dot Lehre at idi dot ntnu dot no),
  • Virgil A. (virgilz at comcast dot net),
  • D. Pollet (pollet dot damien at free dot fr),
  • V. Chakravarthy (v_chak at yahoo dot com),
  • D. Dembeck (dembeck at geeky dot net - CPSC - U. of Calgary),
  • Simmess (simmess at aries dot tucson dot saic dot com)

Imoview and GBview

Imoview allows you to visualize the graphical output of MGS's programs. It is a scene-based language that interprets commands defining graphical objects and their evolution:

GBview allows you to visualize the graphical output of MGS's programs running on lattices (euclidian or hexagonal):


You can find a distributed version of the Mercure environment for the amalgams formalism, running under Linux and written in OCaml.

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Various code

In the past, I have written a lot of code. Among these lines, one can find

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