(Purple) elevator
(Yellow) train
(Blue) deep water
(Green) ladder
(White) teleporter
(LiteBlue) shallow water
(Gray) open land
(Red) crawlspace


NOTICE:
This version doesn't have the 'AI' demo in it yet... I'll soon add a very simple bot to traverse this 'world' the SABIN bot made when playing id software's Quake 2 game. The SABIN bot itself has planning AI and other higher AI layers where this demo is merely going to be a smart alogrithim to demonstrait how the SABIN bot uses SRPII to remember map layout and comprehend the Quake 2 world better.

BITCH:
Due to Netscape's stupidity in not supporting "100% Pure" Java, I've been forced to write lame hacks. ;) When I get time I'll make it all better.



HOW TO USE:
Click on buttons to toggle graphics types for bot location node, node id, linkage, an entire map of color-coded map nodes, etc.

To look at other SRPs you'll currently need a to get a SRPII routetable to ChemModel's XYZ script converter in win95 or linux format - this also generates the NFO script file too. Note that I made changes to the XYZ format for my needs. I'm currently trying to read the SRP directly from the C binary. Problem is that I need type conversions from C binary int to Java. Ex: read a binary C int into a Java program.
Send email to DS if you know of a java libaray that's fast enough to use in an applet.

TODO:
- add a simple AI to watch it run around
- add a point of reference for rookies... water tends to stay 'down' people
- take over the world with jamie... (his .plan)

LEGAL:
ChemModel 1.3 Copyright (c) 1994-1996 Sun Microsystems
Java (c) 1993-1998 Sun Microsystems
Shiva Routing Protocol (c) 1996-1998 Terry 'DS' Hendrix
S.A.B.I.N. Base (c) 1997-1998 Alan Kivlin, Terry 'DS' Hendrix II, and William van der Sterren
DarkBOT (c) 1995-1996 Terry 'DS' Hendrix II
SRP II (c) 1998 Terry 'DS' Hendrix II and William van der Sterren
Quake 2 (c) 1997-1998 id Software
Netscape is (c) 1994-1998 Netscape Communications Corp.

SRPIIdemo.java: is currently a modified version of ChemModel 1.3
Gees... you have to go to damn law school to learn about AI these days.