Epidemiological MODeling software (EMOD) is implemented in C++ and has two subsystems: the environment and the simulation controller. The environment contains the interfaces to the simulation controller subsystem and the external inputs and outputs. The simulation controller contains the epidemiological model (simulation and campaign management), and reporters that capture output data and create reports from a simulation. The following figure shows a high-level view of the system components of EMOD and how they are related to each other.
If you modify the source code to add or remove configuration or campaign parameters, you may need to update the code used to produce the schema. You must also verify that your simulations are still scientifically valid.