|PDF Title :||Objects First with Java|
|PDF Edition :||5th Edition|
|Total Page :||578 Pages|
|Author:||David J. Barnes|
|PDF Size :||3.4 MB|
|PDF Link :||Available|
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As we consider the potential for introducing further actors into the simulation, it is worth revealing why we chose to store details of the animals in both a Field object and an Animal list. Visiting each animal in the list is what constitutes a single simulation step. Placing all participants in a single list keeps the basic simulation step simple.
However, this clearly duplicates information, which risks creating inconsistency. One reason for this design decision is that it allows us to consider participants in the simulation that are not actually within the field—a representation for the weather might be one example of this.
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