The tools used, developed or maintained by the team.
- torch3D Points
SimPLU3D is a set of Free and Open-Source Java libraries allowing the simulation of 3D built configurations that optimize a numerical utility function under the respect of morphological constraints. These libraries are used to question the relations between morphological constraints (that may appear in local urban regulation) and the produced urban fabric at the scale of a district or a whole city. The SimPLU3D approach is generic, as it is possible to use customized constraints, utility functions or type of geometric shapes.
When applied on local urban regulation, this library is notably used to answer to the following questions:
- How many dwellings may be built on a parcel ?
- How may the urban fabric of a district evolve if the local urban regulation is changed ?
- Could the future buildings cause too important shadowing on the neighborhood parcels ?
For more information, visit the ArtiScales website.
The original libRjmcmc library, written in C++.
librjmcmc4j, its java version.
librjmcmc4s, its scala version.
OpenMOLE is a free and open-source platform devoted to simulation model exploration, developed at the Complex System Institute of Paris (ISC-PIF). It offers tools to run, explore, diagnose and optimize your numerical model, taking advantage of distributed computing environments. OpenMOLE offers to embed your already developed model, in any language (Java, Binary exe, NetLogo, R, SciLab, Python, C++…).
OpenMOLE methods allows to perform various kind of Design of Experiments (DoE) : real sensitivity analysis, calibration on mono/multi criterion, pattern diversity research in model dynamics, custom design of experiments, data processing….
STRUDEL team papers featuring the use of OpenMOLE
A Dempster-Shafer (D-S) engine based on eVidenZ, an efficient D-S engine developed in C++ by the LRDE (Epita Research and Development laboratory).
evidence4j is a java library (as its name suggests).
For more information on eVidenZ, the original C++ engine, refer to the eVidenZ webpage.