JWhirli is a graphical simulator that allows one to model the behavior of whirligig beetles. It was originally written by Marc Cannava as part of the research being done by Prof. William Romey of SUNY Potsdam. In the spring of 2005 Prof. James Lynch of Clarkson University and two of his students, Dave Kuchar and Kyle Smith, began improving and adding on to the simulator.
For more information about JWhirli or to download any file releases, please visit the project page on SourceForge.
updated: 04/04/05 by ksmith2000