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CSCI0190

Computer Models & Simulation

Computer Models and Multi-Agent Simulation
In this course we will explore agent-based computer models and simulations as a means of studying phenomena from both biological and social sciences. Agent-based simulation will then be used as a basis for introducing individual-based modeling and complex adaptive systems. A significant amount of time will be spent teaching the NetLogo programming language as a software tool for developing simulations. We will also introduce some of the important topics in the discipline of computer science, including algorithmic reasoning and data abstraction. No prior experience in programming is assumed. This course counts as an environmental studies lab science cognate. 3 hrs. lect./lab
Subject:
Computer Science
Department:
Computer Science
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

CSCI0190A-S15 Lecture (Dickerson)
CSCI0190X-S15 Lab (Dickerson)
CSCI0190Y-S15 Lab (Dickerson)
CSCI0190Z-S15 Lab (Dickerson)

Fall 2013

CSCI0190A-F13 Lecture (Dickerson)
CSCI0190B-F13 Lecture (Dickerson)

Spring 2013

CSCI0190A-S13 Lecture (Dickerson)
CSCI0190B-S13 Lecture (Dickerson)

Spring 2011

CSCI0190A-S11 Lecture (Dickerson)
CSCI0190B-S11 Lecture (Dickerson)

Fall 2009

CSCI0190A-F09 Lecture (Dickerson)

Fall 2007

CSCI0190A-F07 Lecture (Dickerson)

Fall 2006

CSCI0190B-F06 Lecture (Dickerson)