Unexpected events Question

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tefthimiou
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Unexpected events Question

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What's the difference between dependencies(trigger events,delay events) and chaos /irregularities(0%-10%)?
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Michael Springer
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Re: Unexpected events Question

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I try a quick answer
- Dependencies have to be added manually by the timetable creator in the train file (example: Wait until train x is closer than 1000m or wait until x seconds have passed).
- Chaos is created automatically by the simulator to x % (example: Zs1 or different routes through a station)

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Re: Unexpected events Question

#3 Beitrag von Michael Springer »

A example for route seclection of the Zusi simulator is here: viewtopic.php?f=56&t=14469&p=284041
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The logic of route selection is defined in the train schedule, how many signals the author of the timetable enters in the train file.

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In your trn file is defined

Example 1:
- Messinghausen N2
- Bredelar A
- Bredelar N2
Here you always get the track on the standard track and never on the opposite track.

Example 2:
- Messinghausen N2
- Bredelar N2
- There is no train on the opposite track
You get a route on the opposite track with chance of the chaos factor. All other trains take the standard track.
This means at 2% chaos -> If you drive 100x this train, you get 2x the opposite track.

Example 3:
- Messinghausen N2
- Bredelar N2
- There is a train on the opposite train and no route from Messinghausen F is set yet. Messinghausen F shows stop (Hp0).
You only get routes over the standard track.

The simulator always moves from (signal) entry to (signal) entry in the trn file. In between he chooses freely, depending on the situation (track occupancy) and chaos factor.

Michael

Additional: The Zs1 works in the same way. If you have set 2% chaos factor, on average every 50th signal shows Zs1

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