Spatial Agent-Based Modeling

Spatial Agent-Based Modeling
In this course students will learn efficient data structures and design techniques for spatially-explicit agent-based modeling using the NetLogo programming language. Agent-based modeling techniques will be applied to problems in the social and natural sciences (such as graph pandemic modeling and population dynamics), mathematics and computational sciences (such as graph algorithms), and agent-based games. We will also explore some advanced programming features of NetLogo. We also discuss ethical aspects of computer simulation and how agent-based modeling might or might not fit in a framework of responsible computing.Students will design and implement a significant term software project. This course fulfills the Responsible Computing requirement for the Computer Science major. (CSCI 0201).
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CSCI 0390

All Sections in Winter 2023

Winter 2023

CSCI0390A-W23 Lecture (Dickerson)