By Francesco C. Billari,Thomas Fent,Alexia Prskawetz,Jürgen Scheffran
surroundings" on the Vienna Institute of Demography, December 4-6, 2003. The workshop introduced jointly students from numerous disciplines, all- ing either for severe scienti?c debate and for casual dialog over a cup co?ee
or in the course of a trip to the wonderfulmuseums of Vienna. one of many nicest good points of Agent-Based Modelling is certainly the chance that students ?nd a standard language and talk about from their disciplinary standpoint, in turn
studying from different views. Given the luck of the assembly, we discovered it vital to pursue the aim of amassing those interdisciplinary contributions in a quantity. which will make sure the optimum scienti?c
criteria for the ebook, we made up our minds that every one the contributions (with the only real exception of the introductory bankruptcy) must have been approved conditional on peer reviews.
Generoushelpwasprovidedbyreviewers,someofwhomwereneither at once concerned with the workshop nor within the e-book. All this is able to no longer were attainable with out the investment supplied by means of the complicated platforms N- paintings of Excellence
(Exystence) funded through the eu Union, the Vienna Institute of Demography of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Universit` a Bocconi, and ARC structures learn GmbH, and the aid of the glorious sta? ofthe Vienna Institute
of Demography(in particular,Ani Minassianand Belinda Aparicio Diaz). Agent-Based Modelling is critical, attention-grabbing and in addition fun-we desire this ebook contributes to exhibiting that. Milano Francesco C.
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Agent-Based Computational Modelling: Applications in Demography, Social, Economic and Environmental Sciences (Contributions to Economics) by Francesco C. Billari,Thomas Fent,Alexia Prskawetz,Jürgen Scheffran