You have reached the official XEEMU webpage.
When you have come here that means that you
most likely already know what XEEMU is. If not,
please have a look at
"What is XEEMU?"
Information about the evolution of XEEMU can be found
in the History. If you just want the
newest, most feature-rich, and most bug-free version,
please go to the Downloads
We offer source code downloads, as well as a
precompiled binary for 32-bit Linux systems.
We also provide a small, precompiled example there, which can be used
to test the functionality of your XEEMU. Just follow the
instructions in the Getting started section.
Our future plans for XEEMU along with some technical
details and an abstract of our paper about XEEMU
can be found under Research.
In the section Project Partners you
can find more information about the project partners
who created XEEMU and about the BelAmI-Project,
in which XEEMU was developed.
If you have any problems, suggestions, or questions
regarding XEEMU or its usage, do not hesitate to
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