LABMRG: Leicester Agent Based Modelling Reading Group

Introduction

This is provisional page for the newly forming Leicester Agent Based Modelling Reading Group, initially (but not necessarily ultimately) within the University of Leicester. We envisage that the group will hold events for those who are interested in ABM at all levels (both in terms of expertise and academic role). If you would like your name and department added here (and email address with your permission) please contact one of the Interim Convenors below.

We look forward to meeting you.

Next Event

Tuesday 10.05.16, 1500-1600, Venue: Adrian 231. Reading: Christian C. Luhmann and Suparna Rajaram (2015) 'Memory Transmission in Small Groups and Large Networks: An Agent-Based Model', Psychological Science, 26(12), pp. 1909-1917. [Click on this link for potential access to the journal article]

Members

Useful Resources

Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (JASSS). [Launched in 1998. Free and online. Publishes across disciplines.]

simsoc. [Email distribution list on "simulating societies" hosted by jiscmail the UK academic email distribution list service. Invaluable for information on conferences, jobs and so on.]

European Social Simulation Association (ESSA). [Professional organisation for Europe. Also organises annual conferences.]

Previous Events

27.01.16 (1500-1600): Gullahorn and Gullahorn (1965) 'Some Computer Applications in Social Science'. [Click on this link to access via JSTOR]

17.02.16 (1500-1600): Bruce Edmonds and Scott Moss (2004) 'From KISS to KIDS: An ‘Anti-Simplistic’ Modelling Approach', CPM Report Number 04-132, Centre for Policy Modelling, Manchester Metropolitan University, 1 April. [Click here to access the report web page]

18.03.16 (1200-1300): Andrew G. Haldane and Robert M. May (2011) 'Systemic Risk in Banking Ecosystems', Nature. [Click here to access the article]

12.04.16 (1500-1600): Maria R. D'Orsogna and Matjaz(v) Perc (2014) 'Statistical Physics of Crime: A Review', arXiv. [Click here to access the article]