The FRAM Model Interpreter (FMI) is a software tool that can be used to interpret a
FRAM model and through that determine how the described activity or task may develop.
The FMI provides a realisation or simulation of a given model in the sense that it evaluates
the consequences of the couplings specified by the aspects of the model’s functions and
thereby shows how an event can develop. The FMI can therefore be used to determine
how the potential couplings defined in the model will be realised as actual couplings for
specified conditions – an instantiation.
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