Python used to animate a compiled C program
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Sat Apr 15 23:24:08 CEST 2006
SailChallenge was originally a program in C. It simulates a sailboat
being navigated by an ANN (Artificial Neural Network). Now a Python
"front end" has been created which invokes the compiled C program, and
then captures the real time text output, converting it into an
animation. A screen shot can be seen on our website.
SailChallenge-2.0 is a free download from
http://sourceforge.net/projects/annevolve. All source code is included,
both C and Python. It will run on linux or Windows. Windows .exe files
are available for Windows users who don't wish to compile the C code.
I'm proud of http://ANNEvolve.sourceforge.net. If you want to write software,
or articles, or do testing or research for ANNEvolve, let me know.
Humans may know that my email address is: (but remove the 3 digit number)
zenguy at shaw666 dot ca
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