Copyright (c) 2010,2011,2015 Jeremie DECOCK (http://www.jdhp.org)
Botsim.org is a robots simulator mainly used to test some biologically inspired algorithms (machine learning, evolutionary algorithms, reinforcement learning, ...).
Our motivations: generate in-silico original artificial organisms which can efficiently accomplish some given tasks (move, change their environment, survive, ...).
More precisely, Botsim.org was written to:
Botsim.org source code can be retrieved on GitHub and JDHP.
Botsim.org requires the following libraries to be installed in your operating system:
Debian 8 (Jessie) users should install the following Debian packages to compile and run Botsim.org:
Package names are roughly the same in other Debian releases as well as in the other Debian based systems (Ubuntu, Linux Mint, ...).
Botsim.org requires the cmake build system to compile.
So far, Botsim.org has been tested on Gnu/Linux systems only. Instructions for Microsoft Windows and MacOS X will come soon.
Ensure cmake, cmake-curses-gui and previously listed dependencies are installed on your system. Then open a unix terminal, go to the project's root directory and type:
mkdir build cd build cmake .. ccmake .
Then select the desired compilation targets and options then press 'c' and 'g'.
You can use doxygen to generate the Botsim API documentation.
Ensure doxygen is installed on your system and type
doxygen from the
Botsim.org project's root directory.
Botsim.org is distributed under the MIT License.