Phyz (Dax Phyz), is a public domain, 2D computer graphics physics engine with built-in editor and DirectX graphics and sound. In contrast to most other real-time physics engines, it is vertex based and stochastic. It's integrator is based on a SIMD-enabled assembly version of the Mersenne Twister random number generator, instead of traditional LCP or iterative methods, allowing simulation of large numbers of micro objects with Brownian motion and macro effects such as object resonance and deformation.
- ↑ Phyz public domain release statement
- ↑ Vladislav Popkov et al, 2002, J. Phys. A, Math. Gen. 35 7187-7204: A sufficient criterion for integrability of stochastic many-body dynamics. ISBN 978-5-901548-12-7
- ↑ Jan A. Freund (Humboldt-University, Germany) et al, ORAL session C32, 2006-03-12, Washington: Stochastic Resonance and Noise-Induced Phase Synchronization