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This ABM get-together was small (maybe because it was late in Trinity term) but very lively. There were 4 presentations and 7 participants. Anders Sandberg started by describing Modeling Agents with Probabilistic Programs. It is an interactive book which describes itself with “Agents … Continue reading
NetLogo Web now supports the NetLogo 6.0 code that the Behaviour Composer emits.
The latest release of the Behaviour Composer and the BC2NetLogo tool are now available. They are compatible with NetLogo 6.0. However, since NetLogo Web is not (yet) compatible with NetLogo 6.0 the default domain (modelling4all.org) is still compatible with NetLogo … Continue reading
13 people gathered at the Martin School to discuss agent-based modelling. About half the participants were doctoral students beginning to explore agent-based modelling as a possible part of their thesis research. The other half are researchers using agent-based modelling. Models … Continue reading
Perhaps due to being so late in Trinity Term this was the smallest get-together in its long history. Maybe because there were only 9 participants it led to a wide range of interesting and deep discussions. Anders Sandberg of the … Continue reading
Interest in Oxford in agent-based modelling continues to grow, so we thought it is time to have another informal gathering to: · see who’s working on what sorts of problems · find out what software and packages are being used … Continue reading
The Behaviour Composer and the Behaviour Composer to NetLogo tool have been updated for NetLogo 5.3. This fixes the problem with repeated spurious warning dialogues when running the 3D version from the BC2NetLogo tool. This release relies upon Java version 8. … Continue reading
Fixed a bug with the option to keep the plots of previous runs where setup didn’t fully reset the model . A few minor improvements added as well. This caused the Spanish Flu model to break when rerun with different … Continue reading
The Behaviour Composer and the Behaviour Composer to NetLogo tool have been updated to use the latest version of NetLogo (5.2.1). A few minor improvements were made as well.