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Documentation for salabim — salabim 2.3.1 documentation
Salabim is a package for discrete event simulation in Python. It follows the methodology of process description as originally demonstrated in Simula and later in Prosim, Must and Tomas.
It is also quite similar to SimPy 2.

The package comprises discrete event simulation, queue handling, resources, statistical sampling and monitoring. On top of that real time animation is built in.

The package comes with a number of sample models.
Python  DES  discrete  event  simulation  salabim  documentation 
8 hours ago by areich
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2 days ago by whykay
Invitation to the #DalitWomenFight side-event at the UN human rights council – 21 June 2018
IDSN is supporting the side-event #DalitWomenFight against Caste-Based Violence, taking place on 21 June in Geneva, in connection with the 38th session of the UN Human Rights Council. The side-event will explore and discuss aggravated caste-based violence faced by women and girls in India, often with little recourse to justice. Dalit women activists will present witness accounts of the state of affairs in India and a panel of experts will respond to the testimonies. IDSN has also issued a set of recommendations for the 38th Session of the Human Rights Council.
2018  flyer  dalitwomenfight  dalitwomen  dalit  women  idsn  sideevent  event 
8 days ago by idsn
‘Dalit theology on caste Discrimination’ event in London (DSN-UK news - 2018)
On 25 April 2018, DSN-UK in collaboration with Amos Trust, Churches Dalit Support Network and with the support of the Methodist Church held an event in London on “Dalit theology on caste Discrimination”. Among the special guests was DSN-UK patron Revd Dr Vincent Manoharan from Tamil Nadu in India. As a keynote speaker Vincent spoke passionately about discrimination faced by Dalits in India.
2018  uk  dalit  caste  event 
8 days ago by idsn

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