The BRAHMS Engine "progresses" Systems (that is, moves them forward through time). Typically, this is from t=0 to some defined stop-time, after which the System is not progressed further. However, BRAHMS supports Pause-And-Continue execution, meaning you can progress a System some way today, then store it to disc (or email it to a friend), and later progress it further. This will be useful for Systems with the property that their state information is as important as their architecture.

This facility is supported by the framework, but is nascent and poorly documented. See brahms_test pause for an illustration, and please send in any comments.