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DOI 10.5286/raltr.2014008
Persistent URL http://purl.org/net/epubs/work/12239095
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Record Id 12239095
Title FLAME Tutorial Examples : Predation - a simple predator-prey model
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Abstract FLAME - the Flexible Large-scale Agent Modelling Environment - is a framework for developing agent-based models. FLAME has been developed in a collaboration between the Computer Science Department of the University of Sheffield and the Software Engineering Group of the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. This report documents the FLAME implementation of a simple predator-prey model. Within a fixed domain sheep and wolves move randomly, and this costs a wolf 1 unit of energy. If, after a particular move a wolf and sheep are close enough, the wolf is able to eat the sheep and increase the amount of energy it has.
Organisation STFC , SCI-COMP , SCI-COMP-CM
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Licence Information: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)
Language English (EN)
Type Details URI(s) Local file(s) Year
Report RAL Technical Reports RAL-TR-2014-008. 2014. RAL-TR-2014-008.pdf 2014