With cellular automata, model dynamics is distributed at the level of the elementary spatial entities (the cells of the spatial grid) which interact locally (between neighbours). Models with cellular automata are the following ones:
The located agents have the capacity to perceive the state of their local environment (their cell and their neighbourhood) and to move from one cell to another within the spatial grid. Models with located agents are the following ones:
One agent have the capacity of communicating directly by sending messages to others agents of his acquaintance. Models with communicating agents are the following ones:
[TestResourceExchange] : resource sharing by Cormas entities (François Bousquet).
The purpose of these models is to discover how to couple Cormas with other applications.
[DataBase] : Cormas configuration for exchanges with Access databases by ODBC (Stanislas Boissau).
These models show how to use the spatial entities, the aggregates and the partitions.