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Agent-based modelling


This group of postgrads and academic staff meets fortnightly during term to discuss modelling of the interaction between human and other environmental systems, using agent-based techniques to represent aspects of human behaviour.

For more details, please contact Mike Bithell.

The following examples are the source code from the current set of workshops on using netlogo for building spatial models:

Image: Agent-based model of infectious disease propagation in a small school. Virtual children navigate around walls (blue lines) and around each other to get to locations such as desks (green squares). One infected agent is shown marked with a red sphere.