Examples of simulations that involve changes in rules, formulae and algorithms

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Modeling & Simulation[1]

Describe changes in rules, formulae and algorithms that would improve the correspondence between results and observed data.


Examples of Simulations Involving Changes in Rules, Formulae, and Algorithms[edit]

Traffic Flow Simulation[edit]

  • Description: Simulating traffic patterns in urban areas.
  • Rule Changes: Altering traffic signal timings or road layouts.
  • Formula Changes: Adjusting the parameters of the traffic flow models, like vehicle acceleration and deceleration rates.
  • Algorithm Changes: Implementing different routing algorithms for vehicles to optimize flow.

Climate Change Simulation[edit]

  • Description: Modeling climate patterns and predicting future climate changes.
  • Rule Changes: Modifying assumptions about carbon emissions or deforestation rates.
  • Formula Changes: Adjusting the equations governing atmospheric physics and ocean currents.
  • Algorithm Changes: Using different predictive models to forecast long-term climate changes.

Stock Market Simulation[edit]

  • Description: Simulating stock market dynamics and investor behavior.
  • Rule Changes: Introducing new financial regulations or market mechanisms.
  • Formula Changes: Changing the mathematical models for stock valuation or market volatility.
  • Algorithm Changes: Implementing alternative investment strategies or machine learning models for trading.

Epidemic Modelling[edit]

  • Description: Simulating the spread of infectious diseases.
  • Rule Changes: Implementing different public health policies like social distancing or vaccination programs.
  • Formula Changes: Adjusting the infection and recovery rates in the disease spread models.
  • Algorithm Changes: Using different computational models to predict the spread, like agent-based models versus compartmental models.

Ecosystem Simulation[edit]

  • Description: Modeling interactions within an ecosystem.
  • Rule Changes: Introducing or removing species from the ecosystem.
  • Formula Changes: Adjusting parameters like birth rates, death rates, or predation rates.
  • Algorithm Changes: Implementing different models of population dynamics, such as Lotka-Volterra equations versus individual-based models.


Standards[edit]

  • Construct examples of simulations that involve changes in rules, formulae and algorithms.

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