Forest fire model java applet

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My java applets were developed a long time ago and have not been digitally signed. Nowadays a browser will typically not allow a java applet to run unless it is signed. Getting the applets signed is somewhat expensive, and since I no longer do any java development it is unlikely that I will get the applets signed. It it still possible to run the applets, but in that case you will need to change the security policy of your browser to allow unsigned applets to run.

The forest-fire model is a two-dimensional cellular automaton, where a cell is either empty, has a tree, or is on fire. A cell on fire turns into an empty cell in the next time step. Fires spread to all adjacent cells with trees in them. An empty cell will grow a tree with some probability (p(grow new tree) in the applet). A tree cell will catch on fire with some probability (p(lightning strike) in the applet).

More on the forest fire model on wikipedia