physicsmata is a Java-based tool that acts similar to relativistic quantum physics, especially how they form into black holes of objects that broadcast each other to others in the same set, ignoring others due to the multiply routing.
Each physicsmata is a set, an unordered group of other physicsmata.
physicsmata has an integer limit on the size of themself as a set. This is called setSizeLimit. They start empty. Their current size is called setSize.
physicsmata only supports 1 function: add(physicsmata), which tries to add a physicsmata to this physicsmata as a set. The function succeeds or not based on a vote each cycle, where in each receiving physicsmata, the physicsmatas that get added the most are actually added in the next cycle.
Any number of add calls can be made each cycle, but only setSizeLimit in each physicsmata can succeed.
Each cycle, each physicsmata makes setSize^2 calls of add(physicsmata), between all pairs in the set
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This version is more like 0.6 except it flows more with mouse movements.