In this seminar, we study agent-based models and their applications in social science. Students will summarize current research papers in presentations and form groups to develop their own agent-based simulation models for parking facility management with NetLogo.
In this seminar, you will
|02/04/20||12:00–13:30||Agent-Based Modeling (ABM) for Social Simulations||online|
|02/04/20||12:00–13:30||ABM in Netlogo||online|
|07/05/20||12:00–14:00||Paper Presentations by Students||online|
|02/07/20||12:00–13:00||Project Presentation by Students||online|
The grade consists of two parts:
The individual presentations will summarize a paper of your choice (see the list below) and have a duration of 15min + 5min for Q&A. For the practical project, students will form groups of 3 to 5 people and develop their own agent-based models for parking facility management in NetLogo. A selection of possible topics is provided below. The results of these projects will be evaluated in form of: another presentation (25min + 10min Q&A), the submitted code, and a short report written in LaTeX.