Thank you for your interest in MASON modelling framework. The demo
online is valid for JUNG version up to 1.7.6. It does not require any
Maven, but simply dropping JUNG jar files as external jar
dependencies, similarly to rest of MASON required libraries.
I attached codes for a similar demo of JUNG 2 in Mason. Required are
Mason, core libraries, libraries of JUNG 2.0.1 (remember not to add
anything with *swt* in name for work under OS X or Linux) and FreeHEP
(for saving networks to pdf).
The only caveat is that refreshing of display work erratically under
some operating systems. The best course of action is to run simulation
with display closed, pause, bring up the display and refresh (by
pressing reset button on display or changing the layout type by
selecting from a drop down box).
I'm sorry for the mess with links: we have been reorganizing our IT
infrastructure and some accounts have been lost. As a temporary
measure I will send you zip file with FreeHEP jar files I use in my
projects directly to your private inbox. Later this week I will return
to DC and put things )for 1.7 and 2.0 versions) on official
On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 6:47 PM, lintao cui <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi, Guys of MASON group:
> I am a new Ph.D. student in University of Alberta, Canada. And now our group
> is working on issues about social network on MASON and JUNG. And recently I
> am trying do this according to your former excellent work, which is
> Preferential Attachment - a demonstration of JUNG and MASON integration.
> This is the link: http://cs.gmu.edu/~eclab/projects/mason/extensions/jung/
> However, I found it was hard for me to run this application. One key problem
> is that the source code of your former application is not compatible with
> the latest JUNG. Therefore, I want to know which version of JUNG your former
> work was based on ? Another question is when I try to install JUNG, I met
> many software engineering issues, like MAVEN etc., which I am not familiar
> with. You see, I am a student in electrical engineering, not too much
> experience on software. Also the internal link which links to the jar file
> that combines all dependencies is currently not working. Therefore, could
> you give me the valid link or a detailing material which will give me some
> instruction to get this job done?
> Thank you very much
> Lintao Cui