SSC'14 Social Simulation Conference Timetable

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Monday 1st September

     

08:30

Registration [ LSDS office ]

ESSA @ work [ Espai de Postgrau ]

09:30

Coffee breaks / Refreshments [ Economics Faculty Hall ]

Registration [ LSDS office ]

10:00

[ PC room “B” (30p) ]

[ LIAM PC room (28p) ]

[ PC room “A” (60p) ]

[ Seminar rooms B & C ]

 

Tutorial: SociAAL (Human-in-the-loop)

Tutorial: Pandora (High-Performance Compt.)

Tutorial: Netlogo First Steps I (Artif. Societies)

Workshop: ESSA @ work 2014

 

“Modelling & Simulation Ambient Assisted Living”

“A C++/Python versatile ABM platform”

“An entry-level tool for building artificial societies”

 
 

Jorge Gómez, Pablo Campillo y Juan Pavón (GRASIA-UCM)

Xavier Rubio-Campillo (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)

Gabriel Wurzer (Vienna University of Technology) and Francisco J. Miguel (LSDS-UAB)

 

11:30

Refreshments [ Economics Faculty Hall ]

Registration [ LSDS office ]

12:00

[ PC room “B” (30p) ]

[ LIAM PC room (28p) ]

[ PC room “A” (60p) ]

[ Seminar rooms B & C ]

 

Tutorial: Modelling4ALL (Metamodelling)

Tutorial: FLAME (High-Performance Compt.)

Tutorial: Netlogo First Steps II (Artif. Societies)

Workshop: ESSA @ work 2014

 

“Help people understand a NetLogo model by building it, without writing any code”

“Agent-based Simulations using FLAME”

“An entry-level tool for building artificial societies”

 
 

Howard Noble (University of Oxford) & Richard Taylor (Stockholm Environment Institute)

Claudio Márquez Pérez and Eduardo César (Support Tools for Performance Tunning Group, CAOS), UAB)

Gabriel Wurzer (Vienna University of Technology) and Francisco J. Miguel (LSDS-UAB)

 

13:30

Lunch [ at “La Plaça” Restaurant ]

15:00

[ PC room “B” (30p) ]

[ LIAM PC room (28p) ]

[ Seminar room C ]

Room [ Espai de Postgrau ]

 

Tutorial: IODA (Metamodelling)

Tutorial: MASS / PET (Human-in-the-loop)

Workshop on “Metadata for Social Simulation Outputs”

Workshop: ESSA @ work 2014

 

“IODA: An interaction oriented approach to multi-agent simulations”

“PET: The Participatory Extension of a Multi-Agent Simulation Suite”

Gary Polhill (Human-Natural Systems Research, The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen)

 
 

Sèbastien Picault (University of Lille 1, Paris)

László Gulyás (Intelligent Applications and Web Services, AITIA International, Inc.)

   

17:30

Coffee breaks / Refreshments [ Economics Faculty Hall ]

18:00

Conference Ice Breaker - Wine tasting (at Hotel Campus *) *subject to confirmation

         

Tuesday 2nd September

     

08:30

Registration / Information [ Conference Desk Office, Dep. of Pre-History ]

09:00

SSC'14 Opening [ Arts Auditorium ]

09:30

SSC'14 Keynote Speaker: Joshua EPSTEIN [ Arts Auditorium ]

 

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11:00

Coffee breaks / Refreshments [ Arts Auditorium Hall ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

[ Room 604 ]

 

AE session 1, Chair: F. Amblard

ESSA, SIG-SEE: Spatial and Ecological-Economic issues, Chair: G. Van Voorn

ESSA, SIG-SEP: Simulation of Economic Processes, Chair: T. Backström

SSC, General track: ___________

11:30

S. Leitner, A. Brauneis and A. Rausch: «Does collaboration pay? An investigation for the domain of distributed investment decisions» #214

T. Balke, T. Roberts, M. Xenitidou and N. Gilbert: “Modelling Energy-Consuming Social Practices as Agents” #35

C. Rajapakse and T. Terano: “An agent-based Model to Study Customers’ Engagement with Brands from a Service-Dominant Logic Perspective” #38

M. Daito and N. Tanida: “A Platform for Analyzing Access-friendly Transportations for Elderly People Using GIS on Agent-based Model” #12

12:00

V. Veetil: “Why do firms exist?” #218

N. Gotts and G. Polhill: “The CEDSS Model of Direct Domestic Energy Demand” #73

K. Ueda and S. Kurahashi: “How passenger decides a check-in option in an airport: Self-Service Technology Adoption model in passenger process” #84

T. Trescak, A. Bogdanovych and S. Simoff: “Populating Virtual Cities with Diverse Physiology Driven Crowds of Intelligent Agents” #64

12:30

S. Izquierdo and L. R. Izquierdo: “The ''Win-Continue, Lose-Reverse'' rule in a Cournot duopoly: robustness of collusive outcomes” #204

Y. Araghi, E. Park Lee and L. Andrew Bollinger: “Combining discrete choice with agent based models: diffusion of solar PV in the Netherlands” #74

S. Delre, W.r Jager and M. Janssen: “Quality, advertisement and social influences in cultural market: The case of motion picture” #90

C. Blanco, N. Paulus, C. Canals, F. Fábrega, C. Aguirre and C. Mena: “Reconstructing the Question Of School Choice: Towards A Geografical Agent-Based Model For Chile” #86

13:00

F. Wall: “Organizational Change for its Own Sake? Results of an Agent-Based Simulation” #203

C. Knoeri, A.a Goetz and C. R. Binder: “Generic bottom-up building-energy models for developing regional energy transition scenarios” #135

T. Olczak and B. Kamiński: “More for Less: on Consumer Rationality and Bargaining Power on Telecommunication Markets” #114

 

13:30

Lunch [ at “La Plaça” Restaurant ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

[ Room 604 ]

 

AE session 2, Chair: Jean-Daniel Kant

ESSA, SIG-CMSS: Cognitive Models, Chair: N. Wijermans & C. Kahl

ESSA, SIG-SCSS : Social Conflict and Social Simulation, Chair: M. Neumann

SSC: General track, Chair: T. Trescak

15:00

G. Giulioni, P. D'Orazio, E. Bucciarelli and M. Silvestri: “Parallel experiments with real and artificial agents: a methodological survey” #209

Panel Intro

 

(15:05) J. Badham and N. Gilbert: “Personal Protective Behaviour During an Epidemic” #6

J. Baggio, M. Manning, L. Wu and M. Janssen: “Modeling population dynamics of online communities” #63

S. Picascia: “A theory driven, spatially explicit agent-based simulation to model the economic and social implications of urban regeneration” #126

15:30

P. Pellizzari, E. Sartori and M. Tolotti: “Trade-in programs in the context of technological innovation with herding” #213

(15:25) S. Banerjee and S. Maharaj: “Strategic Interactions and Information Exchange on Networks: An Agent Based Simulation Model of Landowner Behaviour in Conversation Incentive Schemes” #8

W. Wiersma: “The Internet as a Catalyst for Social Movements: A Simulation of Social Media Mechanisms in the Context of the Arab Spring, Indignados and Occupy Movements” #75

C. Elsenbroich: “Simulating Extortees: Group Structures and Reasoning Modes” #31

16:00

M. Saint Jean, E. Brouillat and N. Arfaoui: “Technology substitution and policy design in an ABM model: the case of REACH” #201

(15:45) G. Scholz, C. Pahl-Wostl and A. Dewulf: “An Agent-Based Model of Consensus Building” #124

 

(16:05) K.-L. Brousmiche, J.-D. Kant, N. Sabouret, S. Fournier and F. Prenot-Guinard: “Modeling the impact of beliefs and communication on attitude dynamics: a cognitive agent-based approach” #130

K. Asatani, F. Toriumi and H. Ohashi: “Rise and decline process of online communities: Modeling social balance of participants” #77

H. Reinermann: “Party Competition and Voter Decision-Making” #85

16:30

E. van den Broek and T. Verwaart: “Evaluating scenarios for upgrading sustainability of the meat supply chain” #215

(16:25) Panel discussion & Closing

A. Geller, M. M. Latek and S. M. Mussavi Rizi: “Of Weak Links, Decision Paralysis and Endemic Vulnerability: Population Profiling and Simulation for Effective Programming for Afghan Refugees in Iran” #96

 

17:00

Coffee breaks / Refreshments [ Arts Auditorium Hall ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

 
 

AE session 3, Chair: Cesáreo Hernández

ESSA, SIG-CMSS: Cognitive Models, Chair: C. Kahl & N. Wijermans

ESSA, SIG-SCSS : Social Conflict and Social Simulation, Chair: A. Geller

 

17:30

A. Dias, P. Campos and P. Garrido: “An Agent Based Propagation Model of Bank Failures” #211

Panel Intro

 

(17:35) C. Kahl and M. Meyer: “Modeling Human Stability and Change in Organizations” #44

S. Righi and K. Takacs: “Triadic Balance and Closure as Drivers of the Evolution of Cooperation” #23

 

18:00

S. Zedda: “Direct vs. side effects in financial contagion: who weights more?” #210

(17:55) J. Hauke: “Organizational Routines - An Agent Based Model Replication” #62

 

(18:15) C.C. Cantergiani, J. Barros and M. Gómez Delgado: “How Real Estate Agents Behavior Affects Urban Growth: An ABM Approach” #107

M. Neumann and U. Lotzmann: “Mafia war: A simulation model of conflict resolution in criminal organizations” #72

 

18:30

D. Taghawi-Nejad: “Saudis and Expats an Agent-Based model of the Saudi Arabian Labor Market” #217

(18:35) K. Chapuis and J.-D. Kant: “Computing Job Satisfaction from social comparisons: an agent-based approach” #132

L.G. Nardin, G. Andrighetto, R. Conte and M. Paolucci: “From Anarchy to Monopoly: How Competition and Protection Shaped Mafia's Behavior” #100

 

19:00

O. Goudet, J.-D. Kant and G. Ballot: “Forbidding fixed duration contracts: Unfolding the opposing effects with a multiagent model of the French labour market” #216

(18:55) Panel discussion & Closing

   

19:30

POSTERS display & discussion session [ Arts Auditorium Hall ]

         

Wednesday 3rd September

     

09:00

Registration / Information [ Conference Desk Office, Dep. of Pre-History ]

09:30

AE 2014 Keynote Speaker: Cesáreo HERNANDEZ [ Arts Auditorium ]

 

“Artificial Economics And The Future of Political Economy"

11:00

Coffee breaks / Refreshments [ Arts Auditorium Hall ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

[ Room 604 ]

 

AE session 4, Chair: Frederike Wall

ESSA, SIG-SEE: Spatial and Ecological-Economic issues, Chair: M. Schlüter

ESSA, SIG-SEE: Spatial and Ecological-Economic issues, Chair: A. Tarvid

SPUHH session 1, Chair: Joan A. Barceló

11:30

N. Magessi and L. Antunes: “Shadow economy and wealth distribution” #206

D. Maes and S. Van Passel: “An empirical economic model to reveal behaviour characteristics driving the evolution of agriculture in Belgium” #19

A. Caiani, E. Caverzasi, A. Godin, A. Russo, L. Riccetti and M. Gallegati: “Innovation, Demand, and Finance in an Agent Based-Stock Flow Consistent model” #17

J. Fort, A. Jerardino, N. Isern and B. Rondelli. “Population spread and cultural transmission in Neolithic transitions” #34

12:00

K. G. Troitzsch: “Distribution Effects of Extortion Racket Systems” #202

Y. Chen, A. Ligtenberg, M. Bakker and A. Bregt: “Modelling Interactions and Feedback Mechanisms in Land Use Systems” #59

Y. Suzuki and A. Namatame: “The Linkage between Financial Market and Real Economy: The Analysis with An Agent Based simulation” #26

N. Isern and J. Fort: “Modelling cultural shift: Application to language decline and extinction” #99

 

J. Pérez-Losada: “Age-dependent mortality, fecundity, mobility effects on the Neolithic transition” #20

12:30

E. Jonson, L. Lundberg and K. Lindgren: “A cobweb model with interlinked markets in both supply and demand” #207

M. Schlüter, E. Lindkvist and X. Basurto: “The evolution of cooperative versus non-cooperative governance of small-scale fisheries” #125

E. A. Lopez-Rojas and S. Axelsson: “Social Simulation of Commercial and Financial Behaviour for Fraud Detection Research” #51

E.Crema, K. Edinborough, T. Kerig and S. Shennan: “Beyond Hypothesis-Testing: using Approximate Bayesian Computation for comparing multiple models of cultural transmission in Neolithic Europe.” #28

 

E. Bortolini, E. Crema and M. Lake: “Effective population and phenotype-genotype decoupling in cultural evolution” #40

13:00

J. Barranquero, M. Chica, O. Cordon and S. Damas: “Detecting key variables in system dynamics modelling by using social networks measures” #208

N. Wijermans and M. Schlüter: “Modelling cooperation in Bali irrigation” #128

K. Comer, A. Loerch and R. Axtell: “Agent Activation in a Replication of the Zero-Intelligence Trader Double Auction Market Simulation” #109

N. Matsumoto and M. Sasakura: “Cultural and genetic transmission in the Jomon-Yayoi transition examined in agent-based demographic simulation” #13

13:30

Lunch [ at “La Plaça” Restaurant ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

[ Room 604 ]

 

AE session 5, Chair: Luis R. Izquierdo

SIG-SEE: Spatial and Ecological-Economic issues, Chair: G. Polhill

SIG-Qual2Rule: Using QUAL Data, Chair: M. Borit

SPUHH session 2, Chair: _______

15:00

A. Vermeir and H. Bersini: “Best practices in programming agent-based models in economics and finance” #220

J. Friege and E. Chappin: “Simulating the influence of socio-spatial structures on energy-efficient renovations” #15

M. Metzger and P. Skupin: “Human-in-the-loop simulation based system for more effective allocation and training of experimenters' groups in stimulation of biotechnological processes” #11

I.J. Timm, F. Lorig, E. Hoelzchen and C. Hertler: “Multi-Scale Agent-Based Simulation of Long-Term Dispersal Processes: Challenges in Modeling Hominin Biogeography and Expansion” #61

15:30

A. Aloric, P. Sollich and P. McBurney: “Spontaneous Segregation of Agents across Double Auction Markets” #219

G. Van Voorn, A. Ligtenberg and G. ten Broeke: “A spatially explicit agent-based model of opinion and reputation dynamics” #36

R. Seidl: “Social Scientists, Qualitative Data, and Agent-Based Modeling” #21

T. Baum: “Simulating subsistence strategies of prehistoric wetland sites: did excessive resource use cause a highly dynamic settlement system?” #80

 

I. Romanowska: “Modelling hominin population dynamics: the case study of the Movius Line” #2

16:00

L. Kalimullina and R. Schöbel: “The J-Curve and Transaction Taxes: Insights from an Artificial Stock Market” #205

J. Rose, A. Ligtenberg and S. van der Spek: “Simulating pedestrians through the inner-city: an agent-based approach” #102

S. M. Ali Abbas, R. Aldred, Z. Chalabi and J. Woodcock: “Use of an agent-based model to explore urban transitions in commuter cycling” #57

Y. O'Brien: “Modelling Routeways in a Landscape of Esker and Bog” #1

 

M. Janssen and K. Hill: “The Effect of Landscape Patterns on Foraging Strategies of Hunter-Gatherers: An Empirical Agent-Based Modeling Approach” #66

16:30

V. Lespagnol and J. Rouchier: “What is the impact of heterogeneous knowledge about fundamentals on market liquidity and efficiency: an ABM approach” #212

F. Pablo-Marti, C. Muñoz and J.L. Santos: “Measuring spatial outcomes in an agent-based model of several regions with different policies” #112

A. Stefanelli and R. Seidl: “Moderate and Polarized Opinions. Using Empirical Data for an Agent-Based Simulation” #14

S. Oestmo, M. Janssen and C. Marean: “The Effect of Spatial Clustering on Stone Raw Material Procurement” #65

17:00

Coffee breaks / Refreshments [ Arts Auditorium Hall ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

[ Room 604 ]

 

AE General Discussion session, Chair: F. Amblard

SIG-SS4SG: Social Simulation for Serious Games, Chair: Jeroen Linssen

SIG-Qual2Rule: Using QUAL Data, Chair: M. Borit

SPUHH session 3, Chair: _______

17:30

 

S. Kurahashi and K. Kuniyoshi: “Teaching Simulation on Collaborative Learning, Ability Groups and Mixed-ability Groups” #87

J.A. Noguera, A. Parravano, P. Hermida and J. Tena-Sanchez: “Simulating Social Influence Dynamics From Observational Data: The Case Of Secessionist Flags in Barcelona's Balconies” #48

G. Bogle: “Rise, Fall and Abandonment in the Zambezi Plateau: An Agent-Based Model using the Canonical Theory” #24

18:00

 

J. Linssen, T. de Groot, M. Theune and M. Bruijnes: “Beyond Simulations: Serious Games for Training Interpersonal Skills in Law Enforcement” #127

M. Neumann and U. Lotzmann: “From evidence to criminal agents: Modelling the collapse of a criminal network” #71

J. Voss: “Computational Environment Behavior Research: Case Studies of Sustainability and Population Collapse in a Northern Arizona Region” #103

18:30

   

G. Polhill, N. Gotts, A. Alonso-Betanzos, N. Sanchez-Maroño, O. Fontenla-Romero, T. Craig and R. Garcia-Mira: “Qualitative spatial representation in agent-based models” #120

F. Sakahira and T. Terano: “Rewindig the Dynamics between Two Japanese Ancient Descents -What would happen from the Jomon to the Yayoi Periods in Japan?” #33

19:00

 

20:30

CONFERENCE DINNER [ “Barceloneta” Restaurant, in Barcelona's Old Harbour ]

         

Thursday 4th September

     

09:00

Registration / Information [ Conference Desk Office, Dep. of Pre-History ]

09:30

SPUHH 2014 Keynote Speaker: Tim KOHLER [ Arts Auditorium ]

 

“Serendipity Then and Now: The Role of Simulation in Understanding the Past”

11:00

Coffee breaks / Refreshments [ Arts Auditorium Hall ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

[ Room 604 ]

 

SIG-SEP : Simulation of Economic Processes, Chair: B. Kamiński

SSC: Synthetic Populations, Chair: Pilar Zueras

SSC: Methodologic issues, Chair: I. Lorscheid

SPUHH session 4, Chair: _______

11:30

T. Backström, P. Johansson, M. Döös and J.K. Hazy: “Simulation of the emergence of organising structures of work” #39

R. Meyer, H. Vasey and L. Lessard-Phillips: “DITCH: A model of inter-ethnic partnership formation” #37

G. ten Broeke, G. Van Voorn and A. Ligtenberg: “Sensitivity analysis for agent-based models: a low complexity test-case” #92

M. Saqalli, C. Lemmen, T. Baum and J. O. Kaplan: “Reconstituting human past dynamics over a landscape: pleading for the co-integration of both micro village-level modelling and macro-level ecological socio-modelling” #29

12:00

A. Tarvid: “Job Satisfaction as a Unified Mechanism for Agent Behaviour on a Labour Market with Referral Hiring” #118

C. Montañola-Sales, J. Casanovas-Garcia, J.M. Cela-Espín and A. Kaplan-Marcusán: “Demographic agent-based simulation of Gambians immigrants in Spain” #115

P. Ahrweiler and N. Gilbert: “The quality of social simulation: an example from research policy modelling” #95

J. Riley Snyder and O. Dilaver: “Constructing the Water Supply of Constantinople: an agent-based modelling approach to archaeological data” #47

 

C. Lancelotti, X. Rubio-Campillo, M. Salpeteur, A.L. Balbo and M. Madella: “Testing the resilience of agro-pastoralists communities in arid margins through ABM” #48

12:30

K. van Dam, M. van der Sanden and J. Stragier: “Strategic decision support for marketing communication: an agent- based simulation of consumer attitudes to smart home appliances” #122

C. Little and B. Edmonds: “Analysing a Complex Model of Social Influence over a Dynamic Demographic Population” #117

I. Lorscheid, M. Meyer, S. Pakur and C. Ringle: “The PLS Agent – Agent Behavior Validation by Partial Least Squares” #119

P. Murgatroyd and V. Gaffney: “Calm before the storm? Modelling military supply and movement” #4

13:00

C. Sibertin-Blanc and O. Teran: “The Efficiency of Organizational Withdrawal vs Commitment” #137

P. Perez, N. Huynh, V. Lam Cao, R. Wickramasuriya, M. Berryman: “TransMob: An Agent Based Simulation of Transport Demand and Residential Mobility in South East Sydney” #144

G. Polhill, T. Dawson, D. Parker, X. Jin, K. Robinson, T. Filatova, A. Voinov, M. Barton, E. Pignotti and P. Edwards: “Towards metadata standards for sharing simulation outputs” #131

 

13:30

Lunch [ at “La Plaça” Restaurant ]

15:00

       

15:30

[ Tour 3: Sagrada Familia ]

     

17:30

 

[ Tour 2: Underground  ]

[ Tour 4: Gaudi walk ]

 

18:00

     

[ Tour 1: Into the Machine ]

         

Friday 5th September

     

08:30

Registration / Information [ Conference Desk Office, Dep. of Pre-History ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

[ Room 604 ]

 

SIG-SEP : Simulation of Economic Processes, Chair: A. Tarvid

ESSA, SSC: Social contagion, Chair: R. Hegselmann

SIG-SSPS: Simulating the Social Processes of Science, Chair: W. Thorngate & B. Edmonds

SPUHH session 5, Chair: _______

09:00

T. Szuba, S. Szydlo and P. Skrzynski: “Recent progress on formal and computational model for A. Smiths Invisible Hand paradigm” #16

F. Linares: “Social Contagion and Homophily within Romantic Networks” #22

B. Voorhees: “Models of Information Spread in Structured Populations” #69

F. Del Castillo and J.A. Barcelo: “Comparing Two Models of Cultural Standardization Emergence in Hunter Gatherer and Sedentary Societies” #145

09:30

F. Lamperti: “Tackling Model Selection and Validation: an Information Theoretic Criterion” #79

S. Huet and A. Shtiliyanova: “Communication apprenension, self-esteem and the Leviathan model” #30

S. Balietti, M. Maes and D. Helbing: “On Fragmentation and Scientific Progress” #134

K. Olševičová and A. Danielisová: “Economic Sustainability in Relation to Demographic Decline of Celtic Agglomerations in Central Europe – Multiple-Scenario Approach” #106

10:00

A. Fabretti: “A Markov Chain approach to ABM calibration” #88

J. Alvarez-Galvez: “Network models of minority opinion spreading” #46

J.B. Cabotà, L. Cadavid, F. Grimaldo, G. Bravo and F. Squazzoni: “A Few Bad Apples Are Enough. An Agent-Based Peer Review Game” #143

H. Inoue and C. Chase-Dunn: “Technology development and political and economic power: evolution of global inequality” #121

 

F. Fulminante, L. Prignano and S. Lozano: “The urbanization process in Central Italy. A network approach.” #123

10:30

Coffee break / Refreshments [ Arts Auditorium Hall ]

 

[ Room 601 ]

[ Room 602 ]

[ Room 603 ]

[ Room 604 ]

 

SIG-SEP : Simulation of Economic Processes, Chair: T. Szuba

SSC: Social contagion, Chair: F. Linares

SSC: Evolution of Institutions, Chair: A. Koch

SPUHH session 6, Chair: _______

11:00

D. Westmattelmann, M. Goelden, G. Schewe and S. Hokamp: “An Agent-based Concept to Analyze Elite-Athlete’s Doping Behavior” #83

R. Hegselmann: “Bounded Confidence, Radical Groups, and Charismatic Leaders” #45

A. Ghorbani and G. Bravo: “The Emergence of Institutions for the Management of the Commons” #101

T. Brughmans and J. Poblome: “Roman Bazaar or Market Economy? An agent-based network model of tableware trade and distribution in the Roman East” #3

11:30

N. Magessi and L. Antunes: “Emigration and Wealth Distribution” #138

W. Guechtouli: “Knowledge transfer dynamics: how to model knowledge in the first place?” #50

D. Vilone, F. Giardini and M. Paolucci: “Partner selection supports reputation-based cooperation in a Public Goods Game” #110

N. Gotts: “Communication technology and the topologies of transmission: a research area for historical simulation” #76

12:00

A. Sengupta and V. Sena: “Intellectual Property Framework and Dynamics of Technology Change under Sequential Innovation” #141

E. M. Tur, P. Zeppini and K. Frenken: “Percolation of ideas, social pressure and homophily” #104

A. Koch: “The Individual Agent Makes a Difference in Segregation Simulation” #27

K. Comer and K. Comer: “An Agent-Based Simulation of the Emergence of Partnership Systems in Early Renaissance Florence” #58

12:30

SSC'14 Closing Ceremony [ Arts Auditorium ]

13:30

Lunch [ at “La Plaça” Restaurant ]

       

[ Room 604 ]

15:00

     

SPUHH Discussion session

15:30

     

Chairs: M. Madella & J.A. Barceló

16:00

       

16:30