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Code:sasamiprimitivesKnight2007
Title:Sasami Primitives Examples
Author:Andy Knight
Date:28-Jan-2007
Type:model
Funding:4YM - Undergraduate fourth year module coursework
Short description:Three examples of the use of Sasami primitives.
EM Technologies:tkeden, %eden, %scout, %donald, %sasami
Keywords:tutorial
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Web site references:http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/dcs/research/em/publications/web-em/03/sasami.pdf
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The three models make use of the new Sasami 'primitive' objects (ie cube, cylinder and sphere) introduced in revision 187 of tkEden. This extension was developed for WEB-EM-3.

The first model, sasamiprimitivesdemoKnight20007, is a simple model to demonstrate the three primitive objects and their variables. The second, jugs3dKnight2007, is an implementation of the classic Jugs model (based on the version by Ant Harfield used in CS405 lab 3) rendered in 3D. The third, planimeterKnight2007, is a version of Charlie Care's planimeterCare2005 model, but using primitive objects, rather than external models.

sasamiprimitivesKnight2007 is available locally within DCS at /dcs/emp/empublic/projects/sasamiprimitivesKnight2007
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README 395 02:15 PM Feb 15 2007 01:19 PM Jul 27 2017
README.xml 1269 02:13 PM May 15 2007 01:19 PM Jul 27 2017
Run.e 31 02:15 PM Feb 15 2007 01:19 PM Jul 27 2017
cube.script 4998 02:15 PM Feb 15 2007 01:19 PM Jul 27 2017
cylinder.script 6649 02:15 PM Feb 15 2007 01:19 PM Jul 27 2017
demo.script 1258 02:15 PM Feb 15 2007 01:19 PM Jul 27 2017
primitivedemo.png 18849 02:17 PM May 15 2007 01:19 PM Jul 27 2017
sphere.script 4055 02:15 PM Feb 15 2007 01:19 PM Jul 27 2017

empublic system initially created by Ashley Ward with assistance from Chris Roe and Meurig Beynon.