As such, I've
- contributed to the development of the open source traffic flow simulation SUMO, which is DLR's most successful open source development with some thousands downloads per month;
- contributed to the development of the open source agent-based demand model TAPAS;
- developed the open source accessibility computation tool UrMoAC what is quite a great tool as well;
- wrote quite some publications about different sub-topics of mobility and traffic.
If you are interested in SUMO, an open source traffic flow simulation package I contributed to, please visit the SUMO pages, because I am not longer involved in the development of this software. You may nonetheless find some information about my research topics.
At these pages, you will find software packages, I wrote in my private time. They include:
- PaletteWB (external pages), a color palette editor;
- a tool that makes web pages nicer named degrotesque (github project pages);
- a game for the c64 named BrainBreak (itch.io project page), and some notes about the BrainBreak game;
- a library for parsing command line options, including implementations for Java (external pages) and cpp (external pages);
- a tool for drawing “Mandalas”;
- a Lindenmayer Systems tool named ALSOG (external pages).
There are also some new things under development:
- a tool for converting DocBook books to QtHelp named db2qthelp (github project pages);
- a GLSL shader editor named ShaderWB.
Above all, you'll find some blog articles about topics, such as:
Many thanks to Nora and Ola for their help in designing these pages.
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