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Latest PEDSIM Package
libpedsim, helper applications and code examples
Latest snapshot and most recent stable release.
|Have a look at the Demo Application and
download the libpedsim library here - both are included in these
packages. All you need to include PEDSIM into your own
|Version 2.4.2||This is the latest stable version of
PEDSIM. All features are in a clean state and the library is
consistent. However, it can be quite old. If you are interested in the
latest features use the repo snapshot. |
Released 2016-10-26. Version 2.4 contains various fixes and small improvements. Biggest changes are the addition of the OutputWriter classes, which provide easy support for sending output to files or network streams in XML format, unit and user acceptance tests, and the addition of the new ecosystem directory containing the demo app as well as other helpers and examples.
|Repo Snapshot||Generated directly out of the source repository. Contains the latest updates. Usually well tested, but nevertheless, bugs might slip through. Linux and Windows.||
Old PEDSIM Packages
Warning: Here be dragons. Do not download anything from this section unless you have a good reason.
|Use only if you know what you are doing.
Usually, the latest version or even the repo snapshot is what you need..|
|Version 2.4||Released 2016-10-13. Release Notes: Version 2.4 contains various fixes and small improvements. Biggest changes are the addition of the OutputWriter classes, which provide easy support for sending output to files or network streams in XML format, unit and user acceptance tests, and the addition of the new ecosystem directory containing the demo app as well as other helpers and examples.||
|Version 2.3||Released 2014-02-11. Release Notes: Version 2.3 contains mostly small fixes accumulated over time, but notably one big patch provided by Sven Wehner. The model is now in line again with the publications by Prof. Helbing and his team.||
|Version 2.2||Released 2012-05-23. Release Notes: The spatial representation of the agents in the scene is now done using a quadtree. This improves performance if there are many agents. It is now also possible to define the scenario of the simulation in a config file. A simple XML syntax defines obstacles/walls, agents, and waypoints.||
|Version 2.1||Released 2012-01-20. Release Notes: The project was separated into a library and a demo application. The library (libpedsim) can now be used to include pedestrian dynamics into any user application. The demo application can be used for small pedestrian studies, and serves as an example about how to use libpedsim.||