# Evaluating a SeedRandom simulation

I have the following code it runs the model one time with 6000 iterations:

SeedRandom
cf = Compile[{{noise, _Real,1}, {F, _Real},{b, _Real},
{c, _Real}, {α0, _Real}, {αn, _Real}, {αp, _Real},
{β, _Real}, {μ, _Real}, {WF1, _Real}, {WC1, _Real}},
Block[{P, ED, DC, DF, WF, WC, a, n},
n = Length[noise];
P = Table[0., {n}];
ED = Table[0., {n}];
DC = Table[0., {n}];
DF = Table[0., {n}];
WF = Table[0., {n}];
WC = Table[0., {n}];
a = Table[0., {n}];
P[[1 ;; 3]] = {F, F, F + 0.01};
WF[] = WF1;
WC[] = WC1;
Do[P[[i]] = P[[i - 1]] + μ ED[[i - 1]] + noise[[i]];
DC[[i]] = b (P[[i]] - P[[i - 1]]);
DF[[i]] = c (F - P[[i]]);
a[[i]] = α0 + αn (WF[[i - 1]] -
WC[[i - 1]]) + αp (P[[i - 1]] - F)^2;
WF[[i]] = 1./(1. + Exp[-β a[[i]]]);
WC[[i]] = 1. - WF[[i]];
ED[[i]] = WC[[i]] DC[[i]] + WF[[i]] DF[[i]];, {i, 2, n}];
{P, DC, DF, a, WF, WC, ED}], CompilationTarget -> "WVM",
RuntimeAttributes -> {Listable}, Parallelization -> True,
RuntimeOptions -> "Speed"]

n = 6000;
m = 1;
μ = 0.01;
β = 1;
b = 0.01;
c = 0.01;
α0 = 0;
αn = -0.4;
αp = 10;
F = 1.;
WF1 = 0.2;
WC1 = 0.8;
noise = RandomVariate[NormalDistribution[0, 0.03], {m, n}];

data = cf[noise, F, b, c, α0, αn, αp, β, μ, WF1, WC1];


The values for P are accessed via data[[All,1,All]]

I want to evaluate the differences in P, WF, WC and a when I change the value one or more of the alphas. The problem I'm facing is that when I change the value of one or more of the alphas the values for P aren't changing despite the values of a, WF and WCchanging. I tried using BlockRandom before the Table commands but that didn't seem to do anything. So my question is why do the values of P not change while changing variables that influence P? Thanks for your help in advance.

• Can you at all minimize this to more succinctly describe the actual problem? There seems to be a lot of extra "fluff" here. – user6014 Jan 18 '18 at 15:01
• in addition to trimming it down you need to provide values for m,n,F,b,... – george2079 Jan 18 '18 at 21:40
• Trimmed it down and provided the values – user52902 Jan 19 '18 at 15:27