On 0504, Robert Klemme wrote:
> 
> > I'd like to ask for help for my problem. Maybe the Q isn't
> > ruby-specific, but I WILL implement it in ruby, and I want to make a
> > rubyish program. I hope I can learn from the problem.
> >
> > So: I had to write a network simulator. It consists of nodes, link
> > between nodes. The delay of the link should be user-programmable (maybe
> > proc is the right way, but it must be evaluated in the object's scope,
> > because delay is not independent of the link's state...
> >
> > And finally the simulator has agents. Agents are programs, which can
> > migrate. Migration is requested by agent. (Request goes to the node, and
> > the node does the actual migration...)
> > Agent must know about their own location, it can ask the node about
> > outgoing links (so nodes must know about links ending at the node, of
> > course).
> >
> > Shall I submit my code? Or did anybody has a model for it already?
> 
> What was your question exactly?  You seem to have implemented the simulator
> already...

Just one little thing (chicken-egg problem): the links should know about
the 2 ending nodes, and nodes must know about in/outgoing links. So how
to easily administrate it?

Gergo

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