Category Archives: Open Source
Several times a year I need to find a path through a graph. The graphs might be representations of the layout of streets, the distances between cities, the connections between nodes, or they might be models of abstract relationships such … Continue reading
In these days of COVID19 and AI, when face to face communication is avoided and Alexa lurks in the corner of every room, people are beginning to sound like robots and robots sound ever more like humans. Still, sometimes a … Continue reading
Vase is an extensible process simulator that can handle both individual and continuous tasks. Examples of individual tasks are customers at a bank, cars on an assembly line, or documents in an office. Examples of continuous tasks are oil in … Continue reading
Added Daisy Chain feature to cRunWatch code profiler.
A GUI for the boost graph library. – Add named vertices. – Specify pinned, fixed location for vertices – Add edges connecting vertices – Arrange vertices in a circle – Arrange vertices according to their connections. This uses a modified … Continue reading