I repeatedly add behaviours.

Begin micro-behaviour


Begin NetLogo code:
substitute-text-area-for columns: 71 cycle-duration 1                                              
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do-every cycle-duration
  [add-behaviours list-of-micro-behaviours "Behaviours" []]
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Just add micro-behaviours to the list by clicking on a micro-behaviour and navigating back to this page. Change the number in the box to change the delay between cycles. Note that the micro-behaviours added should not themselves use do-every or the like but should run once.

Related Micro-behaviours

ADD-BEHAVIOURS -- Adds behaviours

ADD-BEHAVIOURS-TO -- Adds behaviours immediately to a specified agent or set of agents

ADD-BEHAVIOURS-TO-LINKS -- Adds micro-behaviours to links (rather than agents)

REMOVE-BEHAVIOURS -- Removes behaviours

REMOVE-BEHAVIOURS-FROM -- Removes specified behaviours from an agent or set of agents

REMOVE-ALL-BEHAVIOURS -- Remove all behaviours

REMOVE-ALL-BEHAVIOURS-FROM -- Removes all behaviours from an agent or set of agents

DO-WITH-PROBABILITY -- Adds behaviours probabilistically

DO-WITH-PROBABILITIES  -- Choose which set of behaviours to add probabilistically

REPEATEDLY-DO-BEHAVIOURS -- Adds behaviours repeatedly

DO-AFTER -- Delays the addition of a list of micro-behaviours

DO-AFTER-SETUP -- Delays the addition of a list of micro-behaviours until setup has completed

DO-AT-TIME -- Schedules the addition of a list of micro-behaviours

DO-IF -- Runs actions if condition is true

DO-IF-ELSE -- Runs one set of actions if condition is true and another set if condition is false

WHEN -- Adds and removes micro-behaviours the first time that conditions are true

WHENEVER -- Adds and removes micro-behaviours every time conditions are true

How this works

This uses the Modelling4All NetLogo command do-every to schedule the addition of the micro-behaviours. The micro-behaviours typically only run once and remove themselves.


This was first implemented by Ken Kahn on 6 October 2009.