Initiative
 
Nottingham Initiative on Engineering Social Simulation (NIESS)

If you are interested in this initiative and want to find out more please get in touch.
 
 
Guest Editorship
 
Special Section of JASSS:
Engineering Agent-Based Social Simulations


Guest Editors: EXTENDED Submission Deadline: 15 April 2014

Engineering methods are still not commonly used when developing Agent-Based Social Simulations (ABSS). With this special section we aim to create a review of the current state of the art in using SE methods in ABSS. We will prioritise papers that are based on real experience, preferably including some kind of evaluation of the success of the methods/tools used.

Complete CfP is available here: [url]
 
 
Special Interest Group
 
Behavioural Economics Meets object oriented Simulation SIG (BEMooSSIG)

Local discussion forum for people interested in studying how to use games (lab experiments) as a data collection tool or as a mechanism to inform/support modelling the decision making of actors in object oriented social or socio-technical system simulation models and how the simulation results can be used to cross-validate game results.

Website: http://www.cs.nott.ac.uk/~pos/bemoossig/

 
 
Special Interest Group
 
East Midlands Simulation SIG (EMSSIG)

EMSSIG organises some get togethers for those that are interested or working in simulation in the East Midlands (Nottingham, Loughborough, Leicester) with the aim to meet at least once per term. The topics of interest to be presented and discussed at the meetings are of a broad range and include things like: conceptual modelling, system dynamics simulation, discrete event simulation, agent-based simulation, and participatory simulation.

Website: http://www.cs.nott.ac.uk/~pos/emssig/

 
 
Guest Editorship
 
Special Issue of IJITM:
Multi-Agent Simulation as a Novel Decision Support Tool for Innovation and Technology Management


Guest Editors: Published: Sep 2013, International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management Vol 10(5)

The Guest Editorial is available here: [url]
 
 
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