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Browsing Center for Social Complexity by Subject "Computer simulation"

Browsing Center for Social Complexity by Subject "Computer simulation"

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  • Kennedy, W.G.; Hailegiorgis, A.B.; Rouleau, M.; Bassett, J.K.; Coletti, M.; Balan, G.C.; Gulden, T. (Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation, 2010-03)
    An agent-based model conflict between herdsmen in east Africa using the MASON agent-based simulation environment is presented. Herders struggle to keep their herds fed and watered in a GIS-based, spatially diverse environment ...
  • Sullivan, Keith; Coletti, Mark; Luke, Sean (Department of Computer Science, George Mason University, 2010)
    MASON is a free, open-source Java-based discrete event multi-agent simulation toolkit that has been used to model network intrusions, unmanned aerial vehicles, nomadic migrations, and farmer/herder conflicts, among others. ...
  • Cioffi-Revilla, C.; Rouleau, M. (2009-06)
    Agent-based models of regions of the international system composed of several countries are few and not as advanced as other classes of spatial computational models on a comparable scale. Most relevant extant models are ...

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