UMANS (short for Unified Microscopic Agent Navigation Simulator) is an easy-to-use crowd-simulation engine that models each person in the crowd as an intelligent agent (i.e., the simulation is "microscopic"). UMANS currently focuses on the local aspects of navigation.
For general information about the UMANS library, including copyright and license information, please visit the main page of our Git repository.
This Wiki contains the following pages with more information about UMANS:
- Getting started - This page explains how to download or compile the UMANS binaries, what their main input and output is, and what to do if you run into problems.
- Configuration files - This page explains the XML files that UMANS takes as input. It describes all options for these input files, so that you can create new scenarios yourself.
- For developers - This page is for those who want to dive into the C++ code itself. For example, it explains how you can write your own cost functions.