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SMN Particle Simulator 226K

Author: John Ringland Date: Feb 5 2006

System Matrix Notation (SMN) is a new mathematical methodology for the representation, analysis and simulation of general systems. "SMN Particle Simulator" is a simple example implementation of SMN in the context of systems of particles (as a general proof-of-concept for the mathematical methodology). The program allows one to easily create and interact with systems of particles as one watches them evolve on the screen. There is also a dynamic drawing program and a "Game of Life" program. In general any type of system can be modeled and future versions of SMN will allow for arbitrary general systems and advanced analysis techniques. To view screen shots or read more information see: <a href=> </a> Feb 5: Now there's three example programs, each with updated features such as zoom, stepping, etc.

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