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Emergence: Primal Patterns Applet (2)


setup resets the model with a random arrangement of purple and yellow cells (determined by the setup-seed-number slider).

The threshold slider determines the number of neighbors that must be purple for a cell to increase it's probability of being purple.

The starting probability of being purple for most of the cells is determined by the Background-probabilitiy slider, while the starting probability of being purple for a smaller subset of the cells is determined by the Picture-probability slider.

Click on step to run a single iteration or go to run the model continuously.



Posted by Laura Cyckowski and Paul Grobstein on 9 Dec 2008. Applet created using NetLogo, the availability of which is gratefully acknowledged.


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