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Fenrir Wolfpack Simulator

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Fenrir is an assistant to prognosticate the future of a wolfpack using vanilla Javascript and data structures.

Simulation and prediction includes:

  • Changes in the environment
  • Health and status of individual wolves
  • Disease conditions of each wolf
  • Weather events and effects
  • Alpha rankings in the pack
  • Mortality status of pack members
  • Wild card encounters (triggered by scout event)
  • Meat distribution
  • Regular events
  • Irregular events

Installation

npm i fenrir-wolfpack-simulation

Demo

http://fenrir.yigit.kim/

Demo of the current version doesn't have proper UI or interface design. To be designed in the future.

Current Version

Includes:

  • Max-heap tree for alpha determination and food distribution.
  • Regular Events.
  • Environment module (partial).
  • Constant parameters module.
  • Modifiers module for chance and likelihood calculation.
  • Variable parameter module.
  • Wolf data module.
  • Simulation module (initiating the simulation and generating reports).

Brief capabilities:

  1. Create environment and it's object (input).
  2. Create one or more wolf objects (input).
  3. Calculate 7 hunt parameters which affect hunt success chance.
  4. Determine alpha of the pack considering alpha points calculated.
  5. Placement of wolf objects to max-heap tree according to alpha points.
  6. Hunt event conclusion.
  7. Food distribution order in pack.
  8. Weather event trigger.
  9. Scouting and results. (partial)
  10. Basic simulation loop.

License

Licenced under the MIT License

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