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How to create a simple Agent Based Model with Simulink

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Daniele Cuomo
Daniele Cuomo on 13 Oct 2019
Answered: Abhisek Pradhan on 16 Oct 2019
I need to make a system with an Agent-Based modeling. I haven't any type of technology restriction, but I'd like to learn how to do this on Matlab/Simulink environment. Over the web there is just one complex example. I wish to read some easier example that can be reverse engineered.
In particular, my system has 2 entities that interact with each other in a bi-dimensional grid world. I have problem to figure out how to define the interaction, and the cration of entity instances.
One entity have instances all over the grid allocated at start. The other entity is of use to simulate a population, therefore its instances grow with the passing of time.

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Renato SL
Renato SL on 14 Oct 2019
You should take a look at SimEvents (link). The main page should give an overview and I think you can find some examples in the documentation.

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Abhisek Pradhan
Abhisek Pradhan on 16 Oct 2019
SimEvents toolbox can be used for modelling the proposed scenario. Refer SimEvents Examples to see illustrations of various scenarios which can be modeled using SimEvents.
Refer the following link to know more about event-based modeling.


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