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<p>Many kinds of objects share characteristics of ABM agents -- after all, software agents are used in many other contexts. The Agent Modeling Framework meta-modeling support is potentially suitable (or extendible) for a number of approaches outside of ABM; for example business rules, object interactions, systems dynamics models and traditional discrete event models. Similarly, AMP execution and graphic support can be used for modeling natural systems but could also be used to manage other software agents -- for example independent reasoning tasks or dynamic visualization support.</p>
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