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Does physics entity order influence the deterministic result?

Discussion in 'DOTS Physics' started by lijianfeng, Oct 15, 2019.

  1. lijianfeng


    Sep 8, 2015
    For example :
    I have tow physics world,I add them the same set of rigidbodies,but adding in different order,does the two world get the same result if I then step the world?

    more question:
    I have two physics world, one add some rigidbodies and later remove some of them,leave rigidbody set A,and another I direct aad the rigidbody set A into the world ,does the two world get the same result if I then step the world?
  2. Joachim_Ante


    Unity Technologies

    Mar 16, 2005
    Yes order affects determinism. Generally speaking all deterministic data needs to live together in an isolated world.
    It would be a bad idea to put any data that is non-deterministic into the same world.

    (Both for the ability to validate determinism & generally because it might reorder entity iteration)
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