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Sackler Colloquium on
Adaptive Agents, Intelligence and Emergent Human Organization:
Capturing Complexity Through Agent-Based Modeling


The National Academy of Sciences colloquium on Adaptive Agents, Intelligence and Emergent Human Organization: Capturing Complexity Through Agent-Based Modeling is an opportunity to organize a network of researchers working in the area of agent-based modeling. The intent is to develop a platform whereby ongoing research and funding opportunities may be discussed. There will be five panels offered October 5th - October 6th, 2001. The panels are:

  • Implications of Agent-Based Modeling for Understanding Human Rationality and Learning
  • Cooperation and Competition as Factors in Emergent Human Organization
  • Economic Agents and Markets as Emergent Phenomena
  • Agent-Based Modeling as Organizational and Public Policy Flight Simulators
  • Platforms and Methodologies for Enhancing the Social Sciences through Agent-based Simulation

Attendance at the colloquium is limited to 250 registered attendees. A registration fee of $200 is required. To obtain registration materials, please contact Euel Elliot eelliott@utdallas.edu or Doug Kiel dkiel@utdallas.edu.

Those who are interested in this colloquium may also be interested in a new web site listing researchers creating agent-based models of land use: http://php.indiana.edu/~dawparke/contacts/abm_lucc.html

 



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