It looks like you already have your CapitalGoodFirms in a list (or bag) called capitalGoodFirms. Are those your agents? If so, just have them access that list from inside techangendC(...). 

Also, you might simplify your code by just having CapitalGoodFirm implement Steppable and have the step function call techangendC. Then your code above turns into this:

for (int i = 0; i < N1; i++) {
     schedule.scheduleRepeating((CapitalGoodFirm)capitalGoodFirms.get(i), 5, 1);

Good luck,

On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 6:17 AM, Simone Gabbriellini <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

I am facing this situation: I am stepping my agents like:

for (int i = 0; i < N1; i++) {
     final CapitalGoodFirm mtf = (CapitalGoodFirm) capitalGoodFirms.get(i);
                   new Steppable() {
                                    public void step(SimState state) {
                                        mtf.techangendC((MyModel) state);
                                }, 5, 1);

In the techangendC() procedure my agents has to confront the value of a property with the values owned by the other agents... what should I write inside my public void techangendC(MyModel state){} in order to examine all the other agents? Should I have a Bag of agents as a property of MyModel? or is there some clever/embedded method out in MASON?

Best regards,

Simone Gabbriellini, PhD

Post-doctoral Researcher
ANR founded research project "DIFFCERAM"
GEMASS, CNRS & Paris-Sorbonne.

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