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An Introduction to JET

I have a writing problem. I also had an intern problem this summer. I had a few interns working on some JET-related technology so we decided to give back to the community a bit by writing an article about the new technology. Before anyone asks, this article is about the EMFT JET (formerly known as JET2), not the JET included in EMF that so few of us know about (and love!). I would also like to thank Paul Elder for his valuable feedback on the article.

JET is quite powerful. Powerful enough that we may want to think about this old plan item again (however, I understand that there is a dependency on EMF so using JET in the platform won’t happen, however, what’s wrong with some healthy debate again?).