This is the HSCC2019 Repeatability Evaluation (RE) package for the paper JuliaReach: a Toolbox for Set-Based Reachability.
We provide the code to
- reproduce the figures and
- run the experiments for the filtered oscillator model.
Overview. To install and run the benchmarks, the following steps are needed:
- Install Julia (at least v0.6.4; the instructions below assume Julia v1.0.2).
- Install the required Julia packages.
- Clone this repository.
- (optional) Install
Below we explain these three steps in some detail. If you have problems or questions, just open an issue in the issue tracker of this repository, or directly contact us in our gitter channel or via e-mail.
Refer to the official documentation on how to install and run Julia on your system.
Once you have installed Julia, you should be able to open the REPL in a terminal
with the command
Next you need to install the some packages.
Installation is run from the package mode in the REPL, entered by typing
pkg> add PACKAGE_NAME
Install the following packages in this way.
HybridSystems MathematicalSystems LazySets Polyhedra Optim Plots LaTeXStrings GR Random
You also need the
At the time of writing, this package is not published in Julia's package system,
so you need to clone the repository manually.
The following command fixes a version with known compatibility.
pkg> add https://github.com/JuliaReach/Reachability.jl#6340067f382bb0547a1ad45ddefcdab2053a3bcb
Finally, for cloning this repository, again use the
pkg> add https://github.com/JuliaReach/HSCC2019_RE.git
Now exit the package mode by pressing the
When the packages are used the first time, they are pre-compiled, which may take a while.
The REPL is terminated by executing the following command.
Running the benchmarks
To run the
JuliaReach experiments, go to the folder of the same name and run
the following scripts in Julia.
create_figure_1.jl create_figure_2.jl create_figure_3.jl create_figure_5.jl create_table_1.jl
For instance, for running
create_figure_1.jl from the REPL, type
To run the
SpaceEx experiments, install
SpaceEx (get it from the
official web page and add it to your
PATH) and then
run the script
runsxmodels.sh in the