By Syed Muhammad Ali Abbas, Shah Jamal Alam, Bruce Edmonds (auth.), Bogumił Kamiński, Grzegorz Koloch (eds.)
This ebook is the convention complaints of ESSA 2013, the 9th convention of the ecu Social Simulation organization. ESSA meetings represent annual occasions, which function a world platform for the trade of rules and dialogue of state of the art learn within the box of social simulations, either from the theoretical in addition to utilized viewpoint. This ebook contains 33 articles, that are divided into 4 topics: tools for the improvement of simulation types, functions of agent-based modeling, Adaptive habit, social interactions and international environmental swap and utilizing qualitative facts to notify behavioral principles. we're confident that this ebook will serve readers as an invaluable compendium which provides in a nutshell the latest advances on the frontiers of social simulation research.
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Holtz and M. Nebel The Satisficing Model (Nebel 2011) Satisficing is a classic strategy in the decision-making literature () that forms an alternative to optimizing strategies and goes back to Herbert Simon (, ). In this concept alternatives are evaluated sequentially, in the order in which they appear in the choice set. “Instead of hopelessly searching for the best” (, p. 17) a decision maker continues seeking a solution only until he finds one that is “good enough” (). The satisficing model version uses a multidimensional aspiration level as a basis for evaluating different land-use patterns.
Nature 393, 440–442 (1998) 29. : Netlogo. In: cCL and Computer-Based Modeling. de Abstract. Two empirically grounded agent-based models of agricultural landuse change are presented and compared with respect to factors driving groundwater use. The models are identical in most aspects, but one model uses a utility-approach to represent farmers’ decision-making, while the other uses satisficing. The model-comparison exercise helps to distinguish substantial from implementation-dependent conclusions drawn from the model(s), and confirms the importance of model robustness tests.
Am. Sociol. Rev. 63, 638–660 (1998) 20. : Variables, mechanisms and simulations: can the three methods be syntesized. Revue Fran¸caise de Sociologie 48(5), 35–71 (2007) 21. : Why do humans reason? arguments for an argumentative theory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 34(02), 57–74 (2011) 22. : Theories and models of diﬀusion in sociology. Working Paper 11, Center for Demography and Ecology (1998) 23. : Automatic argumentative analysis for interaction mining. Argument & Computation 2(2-3), 77–106 (2011) 24.
Advances in Social Simulation: Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association by Syed Muhammad Ali Abbas, Shah Jamal Alam, Bruce Edmonds (auth.), Bogumił Kamiński, Grzegorz Koloch (eds.)