By G. P. J. Dijkema, Z. Lukszo, M. P. C. Weijnen (auth.), Koen H. van Dam, Igor Nikolic, Zofia Lukszo (eds.)
Decision makers in huge scale interconnected community structures require simulation versions for selection help. The behaviour of those structures will depend on many actors, located in a dynamic, multi-actor, multi-objective and multi-level atmosphere. How can such platforms be modelled and the way can the socio-technical complexity be captured? Agent-based modelling is a confirmed method of deal with this problem. This booklet presents a realistic advent to agent-based modelling of socio-technical platforms, according to a technique that has been built at TU Delft and which has been deployed in loads of case stories. The ebook includes components: the 1st offers the historical past, idea and technique in addition to functional instructions and techniques for development versions. within the moment half this idea is utilized to a couple of case reviews, the place for every version the improvement steps are provided commonly, getting ready the reader for developing personal models.
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Agent-Based Modelling of Socio-Technical Systems by G. P. J. Dijkema, Z. Lukszo, M. P. C. Weijnen (auth.), Koen H. van Dam, Igor Nikolic, Zofia Lukszo (eds.)