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Breve (sometimes written with lowercase b) is a free, GPL software package that enables users to build 3D simulations of decentralized systems and artificial life. Users can define the behaviors of multi-agent systems in a 3D world and observe how they interact.
Breve simulations are written in an easy-to-use language called steve. The language is object-oriented and borrows many features from languages such as C, Perl and Objective-C. Breve also includes full support for writing simulations in Python.
Breve features an extensible plugin architecture that allows one to write plugins and interact with pre-existing code and projects and has built-in support for the Push programming language for evolutionary computation.
A simple Braitenberg simulation.
- VisionSwarm demo (made with breve).jpg
VisionSwarm demo; inset is a picture of the world from the perspective of the selected agent.
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References[edit | edit source]
- "Podcast interview with Jonathan Klein via iTunes". Biota.org. Archived from the original on 2011-06-06.
- "Podcast interview with Jonathan Klein (The same Biota.org interview via Yahoo)". Archived from the original on 2006-07-18.
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