This tool is a  procedural-task evaluation approach for testing simulation-based human activities. These approaches usually receive as input (i) models required to generate a diagnosis and (ii) data streams from the simulated system to be evaluated (aka, simulation stream). After performing the evaluation, the result of the activity diagnosis is provided as output.The uses constraint-based modelling to implement the evaluation.


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