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6 An example of 5-dimensional data: Some New Zealand All Blacks rugby players. Write a model in NetLogo. 6 using the following four methods: x x x x Lists; Arrays; Tables; Turtle agents. For the last one, you will need to define a breed for storing the data inside a turtle agent. Create plots using the data that is stored in the four different data structures. 47 Artificial Intelligence: Exercises – Agents and Environments 3. 7. Screenshot of the Interface for the Empty Maze model after the setup-emptymaze button has been pressed.
The Santa Fe Ant Trail. 51 Artificial Intelligence: Exercises – Agents and Environments 3. ’ character to indicate that the patch is not on the trail, the ‘1’ character to indicate where the food is on the trail, and the ‘0’ character to indicate where the trail is but with no food. In the image shown, the non-trail patches are light green, the food patches on the trail dark green, and the non-food patches on the trail are brown. The Santa Fe Ant Trail problem is to evolve a computer program that will provide the instructions for an ant to follow the trail.
7: NetLogo is implemented in Java. We can add new commands as an extension to NetLogo by writing some code in Java. Have a quick look at the Extensions Guide in the NetLogo User Manual so that you are aware that this facility is available. Find out answers to the following questions: 1. How are extensions used in NetLogo? 2. Where are extensions located? 8: Two particularly useful extensions to NetLogo are the array and table extensions. You can read more about them by clicking on Arrays and Tables in the NetLogo User Manual.