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Project Summary

GarlicSim is a platform for writing, running and analyzing simulations. It can handle any kind of simulation: Physics, game theory, epidemic spread, electronics, etc.

The program is written in Python.

When you're writing a simulation, about 90% of the code you write is boilerplate; Code that isn't directly related to the phenomenon you're simulating, but is necessary for your simulation to work. The aim of GarlicSim is to write that 90% of the code once and for all, and to do it well, so you could concentrate on the important 10%.

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multiprocessing numerical python simulation simulations simulator

In a Nutshell, GarlicSim...

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Python
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6 Other
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30 Day Summary

Apr 17 2022 — May 17 2022

12 Month Summary

May 17 2021 — May 17 2022

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