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Asset Exchange Model Package  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian, J. Tobochnik, and H. Gould
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The EjsS Asset Exchange Model Package contains JavaScript models to investigate the transfer of wealth in a simple economic model consisting of N buyers and sellers, known as agents,…
Galton Board JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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A Galton board is a vertical board with n rows of pegs onto which a ball is dropped. Each time a ball hits a peg, it has a probability p of bouncing to the left and a probability of…
Agent Based Economic Model Comparison  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian, J. Tobochnik, and H. Gould
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This EJS JavaScript model compares two agent-based economic models with different wealth transaction rules (algorithms) and compares the resulting wealth distributions. Both models…
  
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How does growth influence the distribution of wealth in a society? We investigate this question using a simple agent-based model that adds growth and its distribution to the basic…
  
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This simulation models a Markov process that distributes particles between three three regions A, B, and C. In every time-intervals of the form: Ik=[tk, tk+1), tk =kDt k=0,1,...kmax,…
  
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In this application we study the evolution of a system consisted of N=800 identical, but discrete, cells placed at the vertices of a lattice. Each cell can exist in one of two states…
  
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A collection of N cells placed at the vertices of a 2d lattice, is considered. Each individual cell can contain no more than one particle. Every particle can emerge from an infinite…
Two-State Nuclear Decay JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Two-State Nuclear Decay Javascript Model simulates the radioactive decay of atomic nuclei into other nuclei. In this model, the resultant nuclei are stable and there are no…
Three-State Nuclear JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Three-State Nuclear Decay JavaScript Model extends the Two-State Nuclear Decay JavaScript Model to simulate the radioactive decay of atomic nuclei in which the parent nucleus…
  
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The Osmosis in 2D Gas JavaScript Model shows a hard disk gas in a container with a semi-permeable barrier in which N particles are moving. The particles are discriminated into two…

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