Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

    Theoretical Physics | Quantum Biology | Dark Matter Research Cluster

    Diffusion-Limited Aggregation Modeling using the Multiagent Programmable Modeling Envinronment, Netlogo

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    by Georg Drakenberg, Athens

     

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    Diffusion-Limited Aggregation (DLA) Modeling using the Multiagent Programmable Modeling Envinronment, Netlogo. Brownian Tree simulation of multifractal aggregation into clusters, walking beyond the world-central point. The clusters formed in DLA processes are referred to as Brownian trees. These clusters are an example of a fractal. In 2-D these fractals exhibit a dimension of approximately 1.71 for free particles that are unrestricted by a lattice, however computer simulation of DLA on a lattice will change the fractal dimension slightly for a DLA in the same embedding dimension. Some variations are also observed depending on the geometry of the growth, whether it be from a single point radially outward or from a plane or line for example. A very small sample how Complexity is managed and consolidated through the heuristic dynamics of Multiagent Model-Based Systems, Modeling and Simulation. Complex behaviors is possible to be simulated as an functional dynamic aggregation and interractions of coalescent agents developed and generated as a whole network module in space and time. Several scientific disciplines involved into Complexity Science, such as Biological, Engineering, Social, Economics and Behavioral.