3 releases (breaking)
|0.3.0||Jan 20, 2023|
|0.2.0||Mar 20, 2021|
|0.1.0||Apr 4, 2018|
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desim stands for Discrete-time Events SIMulator. It aims to be a high quality, easy to use simulation framework for physical or logical systems that are based on processes that are triggered by events and that can cause other events to occur.
It is inspired by the Simpy environment for Python, but with the aim of being more efficient and to provide also a concurrent implementation. To achieve the same ease of use remaining light and efficient, it is based on the experimental generators (coroutine) rust feature.
You can read the API documentation here
To use the framework, add the following line to your Cargo.toml:
desim = "0.2"
Version numbers follow the semver convention.
The simulation environment is provided by the
Simulation struct, which exposes
methods to spawn processes, allocate resources and schedule events.
Moreover it offers getters to retrieve the current time and the ordered list of
processed events and methods to process the next event in the simulation and to
run all the events until a certain condition is verified.
A process is a generator that yields a variant of the
Using this type the process may interact with the simulation,
for example scheduling events or requesting resources.
For more information see the API documentation linked above.
The examples folder contains some simulations that use desim.
You can build and run them with
cargo run --example <name>.
Feel free to contribute to this project with pull requests and/or issues. All contribution should be under a license compatible with the GNU GPLv3.
Why did you chose the GNU GPL instead of a more permissive license like Apache/MIT? Because I wrote a piece of free software and I don't want it to be used as the basis of a proprietary one. Improvements of this work or simulation software written using desim as a library should be free software as well.
- 0.3.0 Allow the definition of custom Resource types.
WARNING: contains breaking changes:
SimGenhas been renamed to
Resourceis now a trait and the
create_resourcemethod has been updated to take in input a
- The old resource type can still be used creating an instance of
- 0.2.0 With generators resume arguments support, add a Simulation Context that is passed to processes on resume and can be used to retrieve the simulation time or the event that caused the generator to resume
- 0.1.0 First release