Principles for Effectively Representing Heterogeneous Populations in Multi-agent Simulations

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Multi-agent dynamic-network ssimulations are emerging as a powerful technique for reasoning about complex socio-cultural systems at sufficient fidelity that they can support policy development. Within these models the way in which the agents are modeled and the fidelity of the system are critical. Basic principles guiding the development and use of these… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-88075-2_8

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@inproceedings{Maxwell2009PrinciplesFE, title={Principles for Effectively Representing Heterogeneous Populations in Multi-agent Simulations}, author={Daniel T. Maxwell and Kathleen M. Carley}, booktitle={Complex Systems in Knowledge-based Environments}, year={2009} }