Downloads

This page will be updated periodically with public links to download files and source code related to sub-projects implemented under ICoR.

 

Title Description Link
SRTI root location

Public root branch hosted on GitHub, contains compiled code, original source code, and documentation.

Second “experimental code” branch is private to SRTI developers, contains experimental features not yet ready for public release. Hosted on private GitLab server.

GitHub: https://github.com/hlynka-a/SRTI

GitLab experimental code

SRTI Documentation

Documentation for SRTI v1.00.00 and v2.00.00, including internal system design, function lists, configuration-file formats and usage examples, in PDF format.

https://github.com/hlynka-a/SRTI/tree/master/SRTI_Documentation

SRTI v1.00.00 (compiled)

Pre-compiled SRTI v1.00.00.

Requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to run. SRTI doesn’t need to be “installed,” just download and run!

Written primarily in Java (Server and Client), with optional C++ class (Client). Compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux for languages that support use of .jar or .dll files.

GitHub SRTI v1.00.00 folder
SRTI v2.00.00 (compiled)

Pre-compiled SRTI v2.00.00.

Requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to run. SRTI doesn’t need to be “installed,” just download and run!

Written primarily in Java (Server and Client/Wrapper), with optional classes for Matlab, NetLogo (Wrapper). 

GitHub SRTI v2.00.00 folder

SRTI v1.00.00 / v2.00.00 (source code)

Source code folders for SRTI v1.00.00 and v2.00.00.

Labeled “v1” or “v2,” with different folders for each respective language. 

GitHub SRTI Source Code

 

 

 

SocEvac2 Open-source code for Fire Evacuation simulator, written in NetLogo. https://github.com/efyoungud/stationfire
     

 

 


This project is supported by the United States National Science Foundation (NSF) through grant 1638186 (CRISP Type 2: Interdependencies in Community Resilience (ICoR): A Simulation Framework). Any opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed on this site are those of the project team members and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.