Gilbert, Agent-Based Models, 2e
In Agent-Based Models, Nigel Gilbert reviews a range of examples of agent-based modeling, describes how to design and build your own models, and considers practical issues such as verification, validation, planning a modeling project, and how to structure a scholarly article reporting the results of agent-based modeling. It includes a glossary, an annotated list of resources, advice on which programming environment to use when creating agent-based models, and a worked, step-by-step example of the development of an ABM.
- Aimed at readers who are new to ABM
- Offers a brief, but thorough, treatment of a cutting-edge technique
- Offers practical advice about how to design and create ABM
- Includes carefully chosen examples from different disciplines
Resources from the book are available below:
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Commentary on the Program
We gratefully acknowledge Nigel Gilbert for writing an excellent text and providing these materials.