grid3.py

# grid3.py

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import random import math import os import sys #Function to print the Matrix def printMatrix(testMatrix): #print '\t', #for i in range(len(testMatrix[1])): # print i, #print for i, element in enumerate(testMatrix): print ',\t'.join(element) #Fucntion for random sampling with replacement(if sample is greater than population) def sample_wr(population, k): n = len(population) _random, _int = random.random, int # speed hack result = [None] * k for i in xrange(k): j = _int(_random() * n) result[i] = population[j] return result def highway_continuation(Matrix,Current_Matrix,movement_direction,x_start_prob,y_sta rt_prob,highway_num): #highway_num = str(int(highway_num)+1) x_fordist_start, y_fordist_start, x_fordist_end, y_fordist_end = 0, 0, 0, 0 x_fordist_start = x_start_prob y_fordist_start = y_start_prob while x_start_prob > -1 and x_start_prob < w and y_start_prob > -1 and y_start_prob < h: #print x_start_prob,y_start_prob if movement_direction == "down": random_number_dir = random.randint(1,5) #random_number_dir = 1 #move in the same dir if 1 <= random_number_dir <=3: i=0 while i<20: y_start_prob+=1 x_start_prob=x_start_prob #make the change in the matrix if x_start_prob != -1 and x_start_prob != w and y_start_prob != -1 and y_start_prob != h: if Matrix[y_start_prob][x_start_prob] == '1': Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] = 'a'+highway_num i+=1 elif Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] == '2': Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] = 'b'+highway_num i+=1

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else: #collision with either a or b, build again #try: Matrix = Current_Matrix #movement_direction = "down" #x_start_prob , y_start_prob = 0, 0 #print "hi" generate_highways(Matrix,highway_num) break #except RuntimeError as r: # os.system("python grid3.py") else: break #move right elif random_number_dir == 4: i=0 while i<20: y_start_prob=y_start_prob x_start_prob-=1 movement_direction = "left" #make the change in the matrix if x_start_prob != -1 and x_start_prob != w and y_start_prob != -1 and y_start_prob != h: if Matrix[y_start_prob][x_start_prob] == '1': Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] = 'a'+highway_num i+=1 elif Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] == '2': Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] = 'b'+highway_num i+=1 else: #collision with either a or b, build again #try: Matrix = Current_Matrix #movement_direction = "down" #x_start_prob , y_start_prob = 0, 0 #print "hi" generate_highways(Matrix,highway_num) break #except RuntimeError as r: # os.system("python grid3.py") else: break #move left else: i=0
while i<20: y_start_prob=y_start_prob x_start_prob+=1 movement_direction = "right" #make the change in the matrix if x_start_prob != -1 and x_start_prob != w and y_start_prob != -1 and y_start_prob != h: if Matrix[y_start_prob][x_start_prob] == '1': Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] = 'a'+highway_num i+=1 elif Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] == '2': Matrix[y_start_prob] [x_start_prob] = 'b'+highway_num i+=1 else: #collision with either a or b, build again #try: Matrix = Current_Matrix #movement_direction = "down" #x_start_prob , y_start_prob = 0, 0 #print "hi" generate_highways(Matrix,highway_num) break #except RuntimeError as r: # os.system("python grid3.py") else: break elif movement_direction == "left": random_number_dir = random.randint(1,5) #move in the same dir if 1 <= random_number_dir <=3: i=0 while i<20: x_start_prob-=1 y_start_prob=y_start_prob if x_start_prob != -1 and x_start_prob != w

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• Fall '09
• Computer Science, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Toyota Matrix, x_start_prob

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