NetLogo User Community Models
by Federico Albiero (Submitted: 03/12/2007)
WHAT IS IT?
The initial setting consist of a specified number of wireless terminal moving randomly in a square field. Several different strategies can be chosen by the user.
HOW IT WORKS
The program shows the quest for clusters at a user specified range (slider "radius"). Depending on distance, each unit of the cluster is assigned a color and each link a data-rate according to the WLAN specifications of IEEE802.11a/g
HOW TO USE IT
This section could explain how to use the model, including a description of each of the items in the interface tab.
THINGS TO NOTICE
THINGS TO TRY
This section could give some ideas of things for the user to try to do (move sliders, switches, etc.) with the model.
EXTENDING THE MODEL
This section could give some ideas of things to add or change in the procedures tab to make the model more complicated, detailed, accurate, etc.
This section could point out any especially interesting or unusual features of NetLogo that the model makes use of, particularly in the Procedures tab. It might also point out places where workarounds were needed because of missing features.
This section could give the names of models in the NetLogo Models Library or elsewhere which are of related interest.
CREDITS AND REFERENCES
This section could contain a reference to the model's URL on the web if it has one, as well as any other necessary credits or references.
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