Behavioural Economics Meets object oriented Simulation Special Interest Group (BEMooSSIG)

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BEMooSSIG (formerly known as GTMooSSIG) is a local discussion forum at the University of Nottingham 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.

If you have any questions/suggestions please get in touch with Peer-Olaf Siebers (pos@cs.nott.ac.uk).


Next BEMooSSIG Meeting

We are not meeting at a regular basis any more. Instead we decided to organise a conference track "The Interplay between Behavioural Game Theory and Agent-Based Social Simulation" at the International Conference on Modeling and Applied Simulation (MAS) which is part of the International Multidisciplinary Modeling & Simulation Multiconference (I3M). This will be a great opportunity for intensive discussions.


BEMooSSIG Participants

  • Peer-Olaf Siebers (University of Nottingham, School of Computer Science) [url]
  • Jiawei Li (University of Nottingham, School of Computer Science) [url]
  • Tuong Vu (University of Nottingham, School of Computer Science) [url]
  • James Burnett (University of Nottingham, Horizon) [url]
  • William Darler (University of Nottingham, Business School) [url]
  • Anya Skatova (University of Nottingham, Horizon) [url]
  • Chris Starmer (University of Nottingham, School of Economics) [url]
  • Polla Fattah (University of Nottingham, School of Computer Science) [url]
  • Alejandro Lee (University of Nottingham, School of Economics) [url]
  • Theodore Turocy (University of East Anglia, School of Economics) [url]
  • Thorsten Chmura (University of Nottingham, Business School) [url]

BEMooSSIG Presentation Slides

  • Peer-Olaf Siebers: BEMooSSIG: 9 Month Review [url]
  • Jiawei Li: Evolutionary Game Theory and Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma [url]
  • Chris Starmer: Why CompSciEcon? [url]
  • Tuong Vu: Comparison of Crisp and Fuzzy System in Agent-Based Simulation [url]
  • Peer-Olaf Siebers: A Software Engineering Approach to Designing Agent-Based Models (v3) [url]
  • Anya Skatova: Emotions predict decline of cooperation in a real life social dilemma [url]
  • Tuong Vu: Brainstorming about Simulation of Collective-Action Games [url]
  • Peer-Olaf Siebers: Academic AI vs. Game AI [url]
  • Peer-Olaf Siebers: Simulation in a Nutshell [url]


Other BEMooSSIG Resources


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