SimPack/Sim++ Simulation Toolkit
SimPack is a collection of C++ tools (routines and programs) for computer simulation.
of SimPack is to provide people with a "starting point"
for simulating a system.
The intention is that
people will view what exists as a template (or "seed")
and then "grow a simulation program."
SimPack tools have been used for six years of teaching
computer simulation at the under- graduate
(senior) and graduate levels.
Also, many people have taken the basic tools and created more
complex research applications with lots of
options specific to a particular area.
Sim++ is a library of routines for implementing discrete
built by Robert Cubert and Paul Fishwick of the University of Florida.
Priority queues are integral to such simulations, and Sim++ contains
implementations of linked, binary, leftist, and calendar heaps.
If you need a priority queue to control a simulation,
check out ftp://bikini.cis.ufl.edu/oub/simdigest/tools .
It also contains random number generators for a variety of different
distributions, including uniform, exponential, and normal.
Fishwick's book Simulation Model Design & Execution:
Building Digital Worlds describes model design using SimPack.
Download Files (local site)Paul Fishwick's WebpageOffical website
This page last modified on 2008-07-10