[SciPy-User] Simulations

cool-RR cool-rr@cool-rr....
Mon Oct 5 12:48:30 CDT 2009

It doesn't run on Python 2.5 because it makes use of the
multiprocessing module (from 2.6) in order to take advantage of
multiple cores for simulation crunching.

On 10/5/09, Stef Mientki <s.mientki@ru.nl> wrote:
> hi Ram,
> looks interesting,
> too bad it doesn't run with python 2.5 :-(
> good luck,
> Stef
> cool-RR wrote:
>> Hello,
>> This is not directly related to SciPy; I'm posting it here because I
>> figure that there may be people here who know the scientific computing
>> world enough to help me with my question.
>> I've been working on an open-source scientific computing project for
>> about 6 months now, and I've come to the conclusion that it's about
>> time to find other users except myself for it, so I may get valuable
>> feedback about which direction I should be taking this project.
>> The project is called GarlicSim (http://garlicsim.com
>> <http://garlicsim.com/>). It's a Pythonic platform for working with
>> simulations. You may read more about it on the webpage. In short, it's
>> a very general framework for creating, running and analyzing
>> simulations. It's not specific to any scientific field; Its role is to
>> provide a general mold into which all simulations can be cast. If you
>> want to know more about it you can also read a (yet-incomplete)
>> introduction
>> <http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/1927707/Introduction%20to%20GarlicSim.doc> to
>> it.
>> So what I want to know is, who would be good potential first users for
>> this, and how could I reach them?
>> I'm not even sure which scientific field I would like to target, so
>> please suggest.
>> Thanks,
>> Ram Rachum
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