Videos

Is it Bad to Make Use of Unverified Information?

Presentation by Dr Tim Schaerf from the University of Sydney at the Agent-Based Modelling Intensive Course Wednesday Colloquium, held at the University of Sydney Business School in July 2011.

Using Agent-Based Models to Understand the Surprising Complexity of Global Markets

Presentation by Associate Professor David Earnest from Old Dominion University (U.S.A.) at the Agent-Based Modelling Intensive Course Wednesday Colloquium, held at The University of Sydney Business School in July 2011. This presentation gives an introduction to complexity, the types of complexity, and how agent-based modelling can be used to understand complex systems.

Choosing the Right Model

Presentation by Professor Robert Marks from the University of Melbourne and the Australian Graduate School of Management (UNSW) at the Agent-Based Modelling Intensive Course Wednesday Colloquium, held at The University of Sydney Business School in July 2011. This presentation discusses the assumptions that are a part of agent-based models and what this means for model validation, with examples from his own work.

It's All About Me - Anthropomorphised - Part 1

Presentation by Professor John Debenham from the University of Technology, Sydney at the Agent-Based Modelling Intensive Course Wednesday Colloquium, held at The University of Sydney Business School in July 2011. Professor John Debenham takes us through his research collaboration with Professor Simeon Simoff on making models more reflective of real-world environments by making models more respectable and believable. Read more.

BNAS: Towards a Business Nework ABM System

Presentation by Professor Louise Young of the University of Western Sydney at the Agent-Based Modelling Intensive Course Wednesday Colloquium, held at the University of Sydney Business School in July 2011. Contributors to research also include Fabian Held, Professor Ian Wilkinson, Professor Robert Marks and Professor Terry Bossomaier. In this presentation, Louise Young provides an introduction to business systems and networks, and provides explanation for why agent-based modelling and simulation will greatly assist the research into these systems. Read more.

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