Development report (for my school, Insa de Lyon). Timepark-report January 2004.
Timepark pre-alpha development preview. This software is neither stable nor polished, it is merely a proof of feasibility prototype. Download for Mac OS X 10.3.
An open source modeling and simulation framework, used as the backend for Timepark. Permits object-oriented modeling of dynamic systems.
An object’s position is defined by it’s (x,y,z) properties; object classes may inherit these and additionally defined properties.
A property’s value can be defined by ordinary differential equations (ODEs).
A property can evolve differently depending on the system’s state through the use of control statements which are functions of any of the system’s objects properties (eg: if light is green then d(x)/dt = 10 else d(x)/dt =0.
Technologies: C++ STL, Flex/Yacc, Xerces, OpenGL
Download Source and documentation soon…
November 18, 2006