Overcoming design and development challenges in agent-based modeling using ASCAPE.

Abstract:

:The ASCAPE agent-based modeling environment greatly eases the task of designing and investigating agent-based models. However, effective design can still require a relatively deep knowledge of programming and agent-based modeling. This issue has almost certainly slowed the adoption of agent-based modeling approaches to social science problems. We will discuss how the ASCAPE software technology can mitigate this requirement and significantly benefit modelers regardless of programming ability.

authors

Inchiosa ME,Parker MT

doi

10.1073/pnas.082081199

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Has Abstract

pub_date

2002-05-14 00:00:00

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7304-8

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0027-8424

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1091-6490

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99/suppl_3/7304

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99 Suppl 3

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