What It Is
What It Does
Who It Is For
What It Is Not
What It Does Not Do
Primary: Ask and answer questions concerning intended behaviors for a given event trace, or across all generated event traces
Secondary: Generate documentation of system or process architecture to facilitate communication and understanding
14 Jan 2022
MP-Firebird has new user interface options at https://firebird.nps.edu including dark mode, grayscale color scheme, find and replace, word wrap, split screen, browser cache clearing, and a refreshed and expanded set of example models with cross references to the MP manual and student research.
27 Oct 2021
MP-Gryphon has new user interface features at https://nps.edu/mp/gryphon including faster observed run time, improved menu organization, improved activity diagram rendering, improved table alignment, model directory search, dark mode, find and replace, word wrap, split screen, and a refreshed and expanded set of example models with cross references to the MP manual and student research.
24 Feb 2021
Read about MP in the NPS news article entitled "Intuitive, NPS-Developed Behavior Analysis Tool Now Accessible to the Public."
15 Apr 2020
MP version 4 has been deployed at https://firebird.nps.edu.
MP version 3.5 remains available at https://3.firebird.nps.edu.
22 Aug 2019
MP version 4 has been deployed at https://4.firebird.nps.edu.
1 Nov 2018
The draft manual for MP version 4.0 has been made available on the Documentation page.
6 Sept 2018
MP version 3.5 has been deployed at https://firebird.nps.edu.
20 Jul 2018
MP version 3 has been deployed at https://firebird.nps.edu.
18 Jul 2018
Read about MP in the NPS news article entitled "NPS-Developed Software Detects System Design Errors Early."
Monterey Phoenix (MP) was developed at the U.S. Navy Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) by Dr. Mikhail Auguston in the Department of Computer Sciences. The engine behind MP is the result of decades of research and development. The the web-based user interface MP-Firebird tool has been publicly available since 2015, and the locally installable MP-Gryphon tool was open sourced in 2020.
Material contained herein is made available for the purpose of peer review and discussion and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense.