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on: December 23, 2005, 06:40:45 am »

I am trying to build a device which will draw digital signals from a simulated traffic signal (actual lights etc) setup basically to demonstrate what a controller does. I am trying to plot the signal on an actual city map on a computer terminal to show, how the lights are co-ordinated between many intersections.

It would be helpful I can get the source code of your presentation here.

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Tapan Sarkar
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