[plt-scheme] PLanet should indicate which PLT version is required

From: hendrik at topoi.pooq.com (hendrik at topoi.pooq.com)
Date: Sun Mar 2 08:23:33 EST 2008

On Sat, Mar 01, 2008 at 09:22:10PM -0700, Doug Williams wrote:
> >Can you describe an example of your agent-based simulation?>
> >rac
> Most of the agent-based simulations are cultural models where agents
> represents cultural entities, e.g. individuals, groups (religious, ethnic,
> etc) and the dynamics of these models represents the interactions among
> these entities.  These are used for analyzing the implications of policies
> and planning in multi-cultural domains.  [Basically an agent is a process
> (in the simulation sense, not the OS sense) from the simulation collection,
> each of which is typically an instance of an inference engine (from the
> inference collection) running a rule set describing the agent dynamics.]
> I have abstracted out the basic structure of an agent-based simulation and a
> cellular automaton framework implemented using the simulation and inference
> collections with some simple examples - the game of life implemented a
> couple different ways (i.e, inferencing and non-inferencing) and a trivial
> cultural model.  I plan on releasing the to PLaneT at some point, but need
> to clean it up first.  [Note that this is really inefficient way to
> implement a cellular automaton (like the game of life), but it works as a
> simple example.]

Would this be the right tool (except for interactive graphics) to 
implement the non-player actors in a video game?

-- hendrik

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