The joint use of role-playing games and models regarding negotiation processes: characterization of associations

@article{Barreteau2003TheJU,
  title={The joint use of role-playing games and models regarding negotiation processes: characterization of associations},
  author={Olivier Barreteau},
  journal={J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation},
  year={2003},
  volume={6}
}
Role-Playing Games (RPG) and computerized models are old and new Information and Communication Technique (ICT) tools aiming at providing support for analysis and support for negotiation processes. As learning tools RPG aim at providing either players or game organizers with better knowledge of a given situation. They thus constitute social learning support tools. Computerized models in negotiation processes aim at simulating either the negotiation itself so as to better handle the process, or… CONTINUE READING

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