A package from the Turberfield project. Provides a simulation framework.
Turberfield is a S ur PRISE.
- a Semantic
- Turberfield can be understood by machines or human beings.
- Turberfield can be stopped and saved for later.
- Turberfield can be turned into something else.
- Turberfield listens to you.
- Turberfield knows what it’s talking about.
- for Economics
- …or Education, or Entertainment. Turberfield is deadly serious. And only a game.
What’s missing? UR!
- If you’ve spotted a bug in Turberfield, please let me know so I can fix it.
- If you think Turberfield lacks a feature, you can help drive development by describing your Use Case.
In either event, please leave a message on the project’s message board.
Turberfield’s mission is to provide a validated Pythonic framework for discrete event simulations and turn-based games.
It is developed by a private individual but released to the public under the GNU Affero General Public License.
The API may change significantly as the project proceeds. At this early stage, you should only use the latest release, which may not be compatible with previous versions.
Turberfield requires Python 3.4. It uses setuptools for installation.
$ pip install turberfield-dynamics
Consult the documentation:
Python 3.4.0 (default, Mar 18 2014, 21:48:31) [GCC 4.6.3] on linux Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> import turberfield.dynamics.simulation >>> help(turberfield.dynamics.simulation)
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