Taking Serious Games to the masses: Using game interfaces to widen the appeal of ABMs

Asking questions can be problematic, particularly when there are disparities of outlook, education and nationality. Asking hypothetical questions and considering future scenarios is particularly difficult when working with, for example, rural African farmers (however we suggest such questions are problematic … Continue reading

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Thanks to the SEI Oxford (Richard, Mike and Sukaina)

Howard Noble, Congratulations! Your placemark “OxGAME project” created with , has been published on weADAPT. You can view it at the following link: OxGAME project It is currently part of the “Adaptation Decision Making” initiative. To link it to other … Continue reading

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POPULATION AND CEMETERY SIMULATOR beta 1.0

Congratulations are due to Andreas Duering for releasing his first beta release of the population and cemetery simulator. From Andreas: The Population & Cemetery Simulator is a freely available toolkit based on the Oxford IT department’s modellig4all project (www.modelling4all.org). It … Continue reading

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Spanish Flu Pandemic model built in M4A discussed in This Week in Virology

Listen starting at 53:30 to http://www.twiv.tv/2012/12/09/twiv-210-bond-covalent-bond/ They also added links to the model on their web site. The Spanish Flu model has been run over 20 times and the movies viewed over 10 times recently. My email to them that … Continue reading

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A seasonal agent-based model of Koch snowflakes

http://m.modelling4all.org/p/cdKMlKpj1EweHfPIJn8M5a.template.html Happy Holidays from the Modelling4All team!

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Congratulations Dr Belshaw

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Paper published about our joint work with Anthropology modelling religions

The Modelling4All Project collaborated with Anthropology Professor Harvey Whitehouse’s Explaining Religion Project by building an agent-based model of his theory of Modes of Religiosity. This led to the paper The role for simulations in theory construction for the social sciences: … Continue reading

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7 minute long video about the project

We just released a video about the project. http://youtu.be/8AAZeTOj7yc

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Draft of a paper about the project now available

Ken Kahn and Howard Noble have recently submitted a paper to the SIMUTools’09 Conference. Comments are welcome. This is still a draft so please don’t cite it. The Modelling4All Project — A web-based modelling tool embedded in Web 2.0 ABSTRACT The … Continue reading

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