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SimulEditor: Java code to create Matlab code for Uhlig toolkit

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  • Kolver Hernandez

    (Boston College)

Abstract

SimulEditor creates a Matlab .m-file for your model which is written in the format required by Uhlig's (1999) "Toolkit for Analyzing Nonlinear Dynamic Stochastic Models Easily", so you can simulate your model using Uhlig's Toolkit . The .m-file of your model is created in four intuitive steps in a user-friendly environment.

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  • Kolver Hernandez, 2004. "SimulEditor: Java code to create Matlab code for Uhlig toolkit," QM&RBC Codes 91, Quantitative Macroeconomics & Real Business Cycles.
  • Handle: RePEc:dge:qmrbcd:91
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    File URL: http://dge.repec.org/codes/hernandez/simuleditorV3.zip
    File Function: SimulEditor 3 for Java 1.5 or later: up to 150 variables (zip file 99,331B)
    Download Restriction: none

    File URL: http://dge.repec.org/codes/hernandez/simuleditorV2.zip
    File Function: SimulEditor 2 for Java 1.3.01 or later: up to 50 variables (zip file 99,331B)
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    File URL: http://dge.repec.org/codes/hernandez/simuleditorV15plus.zip
    File Function: SimulEditor 1.5PLUS for Java 1.3.01 or later: up to 100 variables (zip file 931,634B)
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    File URL: http://copland.udel.edu/~kolver/simuleditor/
    File Function: documentation
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