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Default forest fire model

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Anybody have experience in modeling the "forest fire algorithm"? If so, can any1 share the ideas and the complexity associated with the algorithm. I couldnt get a hold of an algorithm as such... or a detailed explanation. Can any1 provide me with some help in this regard?

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