based on new generations of scenarios and multiple space exploration parameters for massive simulation.
SCANeR explore includes innovative functions to create test plans based on scenario generation and multi parameter exploration for massive simulation. It can generate millions of relevant scenarios in minutes.
SCANeR explore comes in a 1.8 version. It is a test plan manager, you organize your prepared scenarios into hierarchical test plans and for each scenario you are able to define a specific range to each parameter. For example, if you want to simulate an highway insertion, SCANeR explore is able to produce all the parameters set and optionally generate all the scenarios for this Parameter set.
In addition to that, SCANeR explore has an execution plug-in that will generate a report who will find out if anything went wrong or not.
Realizing that the original way to add test line was complicated, we’ve added a new feature to make it easier by working on the graphical user interface. SCANeR explore comes with recently enhanced explore API. Historically speaking, you can manage test plan and generate scenarios with this API. Now with the enhanced version you can also create your own execution plug-in and extract results from the API. Making all the process to generate compute automatically SCANeR scenario and generate a human readable input is doable
For example, from the test plan parameters you can generate your scenario and plug-in, then you compute everything with SCANeR compute, which will produce SCANeR record. Extracting the record with Extract Result API and then you have a JSON file. The JSON file is then sent back to SCANeR explore in order to generate a report.
SCANeR explore main features are:
- Test plan editor:
- Support all scenario parameters
- Parameters constraints
- Different method for value distribution: Factorial, Statistical, custom distribution laws
- Customizable with Python scripting
- Scenarios generator
- SCANeR simulation launcher
- All functions are also accessible through an API available in C++ and Python.