Modeling Endogenous Coordination Using a Dynamic Language

@inproceedings{Ozik2008ModelingEC,
  title={Modeling Endogenous Coordination Using a Dynamic Language},
  author={Jonathan Ozik and Michael J. North},
  booktitle={WCSS},
  year={2008}
}
Dynamic languages are computer languages that allow programs to substantially restructure themselves while they are running. Interest in these kinds of programming languages has dramatically increased in the last few years. This paper builds on previous work by exploring the use of a popular dynamic language, namely Groovy, within the Repast Simphony (Repast S) platform. This language is applied to modeling the endogenous emergence of coordination within a group of social agents. This paper… CONTINUE READING