Discrete event/agent based simulation
Joshua 'Schwa' Gargus
schwa at cc.gatech.edu
Thu Oct 2 17:52:40 UTC 2003
Those images look very nice, Ned. They look similar to the lines in
the "Skeletal Strokes" papers from around 1994. Did you base your
work on them?
On Tue, Sep 30, 2003 at 02:10:16PM -0700, Ned Konz wrote:
> On Tuesday 30 September 2003 12:24 pm, Simon Frost wrote:
> > 2. A scheduler
> > My other implementations of DES (in Python and in Eiffel,
> > incidentally), keep sorted timestamps in a balanced binary tree
> > (either an AVL tree or a Red-Black tree). Are there Collections
> > that implement such data structures?
> These have been done. There is already a Heap that is used in the
> Morphic scheduler.
> > It's also nice to have some GUI input/output. Specifically, is
> > there a standard plotting library that people use?
> Diego Gomez Deck has done a PlotMorph (on SqueakMap).
> > My simulations often involve networks. Are there any nice packages
> > for storing, displaying, and analyzing graph structures? (I've seen
> > some on SqueakMap, but I haven't tried them out yet). Some nice
> > vector graphics routines for animating graphs would be nice too.
> There are some graph libraries on SqueakMap for the algorithm part of
> the question.
> Use Morphic for display.
> Use Connectors (from SqueakMap) for displaying your graphs. Soon I
> will post version 2 of Connectors, which has a number of
> The attached images are from my new work.
> Ned Konz
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