First of all, we would like to thank Mark Duinkerken for his efforts with Tomas
and distributed simulation. Lots of updates implemented are the result
of his experiments with Tomas. More information on his work with
Tomas a.o. can be found at his site at Delft University.
Below is a list of interesting links from the programming and
application point of view.
First of all, the site of Borland with the RAD-platform Delphi,
a real object-oriented but above all structured design environment.
The Netherlands' Knowledge Centre for Traffic and Transport, where
TOMAS is heavily involved in the FAMAS.MV2 project.
the Netherlands Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics
uses TOMAS a.o. for simulation research in logistic topics.