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_____ ABModSim 2006 _____
International Symposium on Agent Based Modeling and Simulation
(Symposium N of the EMCSR)(http://www.lintar.disco.unimib.it/ABModSim/)
Chairs: Stefania Bandini, Paolo Petta and Giuseppe Vizzari
at the 18th European Meeting on Cybernetic Science and
Systems Research - April 18-21 - University of Vienna
The notions of agents and multi-agent systems have been widely adopted
for the modelling of complex systems in most various contexts, ranging
from social sciences, to urban modelling and planning, biology,
logistics and production, and many other more. However the concepts
behind the term agent are often quite different, as well as the goals of
the modelling and simulation activities. This leads to different
approaches, methodologies and developed computational systems supporting
simulation of the modeled realities.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together experiences related to
agent based modelling and simulation in different contexts and thus to
try to identify common goals and research issues, and to possibly define
common methodologies and requirements for computational supports to
agent based modelling and simulation.
The workshop program includes contributions from different disciplines,
from economy and social sciences, to biology and computer science,
discussing both methodological issues and concrete applications.
Lumpy Investment and Endogenous Business Cycles
Dosi,G., Fagiolo,G., Roventini,A.
Simulating Knowledge Dynamics in Innovation Networks (SKIN)
Ahrweiler,P., Gilbert,N., Pyka,A.
A Generic Model of Collectivities
Information, Efficiency, and Design: Organizational Performance in
Zagorecki,A., Comfort,L., Ko,K.
Autonomous Inspectors in Tax Compliance Simulation
Balsa,J., Antunes,L., Respicio,A., Coelho,H.
Verification of Biochemical Agent-Based Models Using Petri Nets
Moncion,T., Hutzler,H., Amar,P.
Agent-based Simulation for Developmental Biology
Christley,S., Alber,M., Newman,S.
GeoAgents: A Framework for Multi-Agent Simulation within Geographical
Bruno,L., Rodrigues,A., Grueau,C., Gonçalves,A.
Agent Architecture for the Simulation of Pedestrian Traffic Behavior
Dijkstra,J., Timmermans,H., Jessurun,J., Vries,B.de
SCA Based Crowd Simulations: From Methodology to Life Cycle
Bandini,S., Federici,M.L., Vizzari,G.
Designing Components for Multiagent Simulation
A Communication-based Model for Perception and Action
Duarte,N., Rossetti,R., Oliveira,E.
Millions of Agents: Parallel Simulations with the Repast Agent-Based
Parry,H.R., Evans,A.J., Heppenstall,A.J.
MAS-modelling - a new principle of knowledge production?
MMASS: Past, Present and Future Research Directions on the Multilayered
Multi Agent Situated Systems Model
Bandini,S., Manzoni,S., Simone,C.
For more information please contact Giuseppe Vizzari (giuseppe.vizzari
For information about paper formatting, registration, and accomodation
please see the EMCSR06 website.
Related EMCSR'06 Symposium
AT2AI5: From Agent Theory to Agent Implementation (April 21)
With the patronage of the Italian Association for Artificial
Intelligence (http://www.aixia.it/), in occasion of the 50th Anniversary
of the discipline of Artificial Intelligence.
Dr. Giuseppe Vizzari
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (L.Int.Ar.)
Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication
University of Milano - Bicocca
Via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi 8
20126 Milan (ITALY)
tel. +39 02 64487857
fax +39 02 64487839
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