This repository consists of two modules for simulating and anlyzing pedestrian dynamics. These are:
jpscore: the core module computing the trajectories.
jpsreport: a tool for analyzing the trajectories and measuring the density, flow and velocity.
Building from source
Linux / macOS
The build is tested on Ubuntu 18.04 with gcc-9.1 / clang-8 and on macOS Mojave 10.14.5 with dependencies from Homebrew and Apple LLVM 10.
On Linux you will need a C++17 capable compiler and a standard library that
<filesystem>. On macOS you will need the system compiler with C++17
and filesystem from boost.
- boost (>= 1.65)
- libomp (if you want to use OpenMP with Apple LLVm or Clang on Linux)
- spdlog (libspdlog-dev on Ubuntu, spdlog on brew)
- fmtlib (libfmt-dev on Ubuntu, fmt on brew)
- cmake (>= 3.1)
How to build
Once you have installed all dependencies and cloned the repository continue with a ninja based build:
mkdir build cd build cmake -GNinja -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug <path-to-cmakelists> ninja
Alternatively you can generate a make based build with:
mkdir build cd build cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug <path-to-cmakelists> make -j$(nproc)
Note: If you do not want to use OpenMP you have to pass
cmake on generation.
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug -DUSE_OPENMP=OFF <path-to-cmakelists>
The following configuration flags are available:
USE_OPENMP defaults to ON (Disabled on Windows)
jpscore with OpenMP support, generation will fail if OpenMP cannot be
MSVC only support OpenMP 2.0 Standard and is therefor disabled on Windows.
BUILD_DOC defaults to OFF
Build internal Doxygen based documentation
BUILD_CPPUNIT_TEST defaults to OFF
Build unit tests and add them to ctest
BUILD_TESTING defaults to OFF
Build full system tests and add them to ctest
BUILD_WITH_ASAN defaults to OFF (Does not support Windows)
Build an additional target
jpscore_asan with address and undefined behavior
sanitizer enabled. Note there is an approx. 2x slowdown when using
Showcase and tutorials
To highlight some features of JuPedSim we have uploaded some videos on our YouTube channel.
We are heavily working on this project which means that:
- It's not done. We will be releasing new enhancements, bug fixes etc.
- We love your support. If you find any errors or have suggestions, please write an issue in our issue-tracker. We will try hard to fix it.
- Be patient. We are scientists and PhD/master students. Therefore, we primarily care about our research and theses.