Re: ITP: sumo -- Simulation of Urban MObility
I think we can create a new task, calling something like "scientific
simulations". We can move there packages like esys-particle, lammps,
liggghts, yade. Now these packages are under "Numerical computation"
2012/4/19 Andreas Tille <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi Anton,
> On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 11:12:38PM +0200, Anton Gladky wrote:
>> it will be under debian-science umbrella.
> That's fine and I know tzhat you are a very active Debian Science member
> (BTW, thanks for your great effort into gnuplot!). However, I'm just
> wondering whether we could create a new task where this package and
> potentially others might fit into. For the moment I have no good idea.
> We might think either in the diraction of "Modelling" or "Simulation"
> or even in terms of "Traffic research" (but in the later category I do
> not see other targets inside Debian).
>> Sorry, I forgot about long-description...
>> SUMO is a highly portable, microscopic road traffic simulation package
>> designed to handle large road networks. It is mainly developed by
>> employees of the Institute of Transportation Systems at the German
>> Aerospace Center. SUMO is open source, licensed under the GPL.
>> "Simulation of Urban MObility", or "SUMO" for short, is an open
>> source, microscopic, multi-modal traffic simulation. It allows to
>> simulate how a given traffic demand which consists of single vehicles
>> moves through a given road network. The simulation allows to address a
>> large set of traffic management topics. It is purely microscopic: each
>> vehicle is modelled explicitly, has an own route, and moves
>> individually through the network.
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