Since most of my programming before has been done in C/C++, what you see here is a C++ library composed of various interacting classes which have the following main functionalities:
The following will be added RSN:
As I developed it using publicly available resources, GNU/Linux and other GPL'ed software, I decided that it should be GPL as well. However (Oh no, a "however" ! Let's hope it does not invalidate the copyleft), I would very much appreciate it if you let me know if you have used MODEL in any of your applications/simulations/research and provide a reference (this way, I can refer to your work, too).
At the moment, MODEL has the rather arbitrary version number 1.0. Meaning it is useful. Period. Some interfaces (especially the stochastics) might still change, and I would like to add some ieee floating point exception trapping to avoid silly numerical errors.
./configureto generate the correct configuration. Then a simple
gnumake(on some systems) will do the trick. If you wish to change the option submitted to the compiler, define the environment variable
CXXFLAGSto contain those you need (I know there must be a better way to do this). To get it to compile on the Alpha cluster here (www.vub.ac.be/bfucc , I have to
CXXFLAGS="-mieee-malpha-as"before running the configuration script.
Once the make process has ended, You should have a
libModel.a in the model directory and a
singlemode executable in
/tutorial. Run it to see if all went well (
make test should do the trick). Learn to use gnuplot :-):
plot "stepmodulation.dat" u 1:3 w l and admire the relaxation oscillations.
make docs. This assumes you have a full
Doxygenand a copy of
lgrindto prettyprint the code, however. Your mileage may vary. You can also regenerate the
READMEfile by typing
make README. YMMVAL. You can generate an introductory PDF file using
More Info? Michael Peeters. Also, check our research website: www.alna.vub.ac.be
Last update: June 2002.
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