In this work, we present a generator of dynamics for use with the mechanisms of Scheduling by Edge Reversal (SER) and Scheduling by Multiple Edge Reversal (SMER), the ReSATyrus. The ReSATyrus allows the creation of graphs used for SER/SMER modelling from a resource sharing description in a language that is more compact than the resulting graphs. This study follows with an example of the application of the SER as a coordination system for a group of moving agents, which also works as a test for the capabilities of the ReSATyrus. Finally, we also show how to generate initial setups for the SMER from a valid initial setup for the SER, as well as a basic study of the results from the use of the main heuristics used to create the initial of the SER. This mechanism is interesting as it can be used in a distributed form, where lies the main uses for the SMER.