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That looks like the statement of a self professed rock star coder. It also looks like the words of someone with an over inflated ego.
ou, who really don't have a good grasp on physics, would like to promote yourself as knowledgeable enough to be able to take on paid work developing simulation software.
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And I quote.Actually I have my own simulation framework that I hope to foist on the computer profession soon. It is called 3dAbstractions and is based on Hierarchical Finite State Machines theory. 3d as in D for Display, D for Data and D for Datastore.End quote.That states quite plainly the name of your product. Maybe that is why you signed up, to get data to use in testing. That is a generous interpretation.
Firstly, if you have read so extensively on physics then why do you ask the questions you do in the way you do
This is incorrect and probably libelous.
Impossible not hard,
Both these facts make me highly suspicious that the simulation is a furphy.
And I am at the top of my profession.
I retired 10 years ago ...
most simulations I am aware of are based on UML StateCharts which is a kind of software framework especially designed to implement software simulations
- A lot of physics is represented as differential equations which needs different tools than discrete event simulation- Other types of physics uses matrix operations, which are not a natural data type in UML the way they are in FORTRAN (although overloading C++ operators could come close)
- My impression is that UML is intended to "simulate software". Software can be modelled as a discrete event system (and many obscure bugs happen when those discrete events are no longer atomic!)
Not willing to post your code then. I wonder why that is.
Quote from: evan_au on 26/05/2019 12:04:54- My impression is that UML is intended to "simulate software". Software can be modelled as a discrete event system (and many obscure bugs happen when those discrete events are no longer atomic!)UML StateCharts can simulate anything that is object-oriented (see https://www.embedded.com/design/uml/4219602/UML-Statecharts )
you know deep down in your hard, unyielding heart, it is because it doesn't exist.
Why they have continued on being used now that good simulation software like UML exists is a bit of a mystery.