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Title: Singlow: Simulator for General Network Flow Problems
Authors: Raghavan S.
Bhagtya P.
Chandrasekaran K.
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: 2020 International Conference on Innovative Trends in Information Technology, ICITIIT 2020 , Vol. , , p. -
Abstract: Simulation is an important process and an inevitable part of engineering. There are several applications of simulation with one of the important being visualization of complex methods and processes. This paper aims at creating a simulator for general network flow optimization problems. This work uses a modular approach for creating a simulator. A simulator in this area is necessary for several reasons. The main reason for requirement is its usefulness in explaining the problems to the people/students who might use these kinds of network optimization methods to solve several variety of problems. This simulator can simulate standard problems namely transportation problems with various methods, network flow problem and some popular problems in that area. This simulator will be helpful for educational institutions to teach the students about the standard problems on network flow optimization. Here this paper proposes a framework i.e. Singlow for the above mentioned purpose. This paper explains the framework with the flow of execution by keeping in mind a general simulation software. The Simulator has been designed and implemented using Processing 3.4, a software which facilitates designing graphical user interfaces. © 2020 IEEE.
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