My name is Daniel Krajzewicz, I am a scientific coworker at the German Aerospace Center (DLR). Maybe you came across this page while looking for SUMO, a microscopic road traffic simulation I contributed to. If so, you should visit SUMO's web pages. Starting with the 1st of March 2015, I moved to a different DLR institute. I am not contributing to SUMO actively anymore, my current topic of work are microscopic demand models.
Being a computer programmer for more than 25 years, I've collected some few further thingies related to computers. You may find them in the following.
Applications and Libraries
- ALSOG (external web site) parses, interprets, and renders Lindenmayer Systems. It supports context sensitive as well as stochastic and parameterized L-Systems. The results are visualized in 3D using openGL and may be saved as pictures or as 3D-objects.
- BibPres renders a given JSON-representation of a BibTeX-file. It allows to filter and sort entries on start-up or dynamically by the web site visitor. The appearance of the list is highly configurable. A tool for converting BibTeX-lists into BibPres-lists is supported.
- PaletteConverter is a command-line converter between palette formats. Currently, .gpl (GIMP palette), .aco (Adobe Photoshop palette), .map (Fractint palette), and .pal (Microsoft palette) palettes can be read and written. Additionally, .gif images can be generated.
- "Mandalas" generates geometric patterns known as "Mandalas" from coloring books and exports them as .pdf files.
- st2gif is a command-line tool for converting Atari ST images (.neo, .pi1, .pi2, .pi3) to .gif images.
- AnoPlib - Animlets are not Particles library - is a c++ library for rendering small and fast animated effects using openGL.
Some further stuff at my personal pages. To be exact, what you can find here are:
- Some works from my C64-era, demos above all. This page includes screenshots and some downloads.
- Some computer "artwork", mainly from the same time or during some tries on other computers.
- A very incomplete list of my publications.
Many thanks to Nora and Ola for their help in designing these pages.