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Future Research Directions in Agent Based Modelling

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  in association with the NeISS project, MASS (Leeds) and the FLAME modelling group (Sheffield/ STFC).
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There is no charge for attending this workshop - if you would like to attend please register here http://www.cse.dl.ac.uk/database/Agent_Based_Modelling.jsp .
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There is no charge for attending this workshop - [registration is now closed].
 If you know other people who might be interested, please let them know.

Organisers: Rob Allan (STFC), Paul Richmond (University of Sheffield), Chris Greenough (STFC)

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  • Richard Sibly - agent based modelling techniques and validation slides (PPT)
  • Michael Luck - issues and challenges in agent based modelling slides (PDF)
  • Mike Holcombe - X-Machines in FLAME and applications in systems biology slides (PPTX)
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  • Andrew Crooks - geo-spatial modelling/ crowd modelling
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  • Alex Voss - issues with multi-threaded parallelisation and application of Repast Simphony to modelling the population of Taiwan slides (PPT)

12:30 - 13:00 lunch

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  • Salem Adra - Automated Discovery of Emergent Mis-behavior in Agent Based Models slides (PPT) video (WMV)
  • Paul Richmond - applications on GPUs and modelling of crowd behaviour slides (PPT)
  • Mariam Kiran - EURACE, economic modelling slides (PPT)
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  • Anders Johannson - GENESIS, pedestrian modelling and tracking
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  • Anders Johannson - GENESIS, pedestrian modelling and tracking slides (PPT)
 
 
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