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=== SysMo v0.5 === Contributors: Deven Jarvis License: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License V2.0 License URI: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/ SysMo is a C++ library for 2D and 3D particle simulations. The library utilizes advance OOP and generic programming techniques to allow for maximal extensibility and use. == Description == Sysmo is a C++ library that can theoretically be put to use in any programming situation. The program utilizes concepts from database entity relationship diagramming, and attempts to utilize these concepts in order to simulate any 2D or 3D particle simulation within a computational setting. The term "particle simulation" may sound resticting, but due to it's generic and versitile nature, we beleve SysMo is a library that can be utilized in many different applications, from scientific modeling, to large data processing. The limits of SysMo are only those of the developer's imagination. == Installation == The libraries are provided open source, and thus can be compiled by any standard C++ compiler. Just place the source files, with your project's, link them in your project, and compile. == Frequently Asked Questions == == Changelog == = 0.5 = * Project Released on June 11th, 2013. == To Do: == *Increase the number of built in system functions. *Increase template usage for non-typical data types *Include built in functions for non-typical data types *Implement Octrees for positional relationship cheking
Source: README.txt, updated 2013-06-11