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November 2014

CMCI ’14

November 17, 2014 9:45 am - 3:00 pm
1525-626

Programme 10:45-11:00 Welcome and introduction by coordinator Jacob Sherson 11-12: Group talks, (each 15+5 minutes) Oana Vuculescu+ Carsten Bergenholtz: Agent-based modelling – developing a model Oana Vuculescu+ Carsten Bergenholtz: Collective Problems Solving - a computational model of A-HA moments Jacob Sherson: Human based quantum optimization 12:00-12:30 Lunch 12:30-16:00 Group talks including 10 min breaks after every other talk Jens Jakob Sørensen (Jacob): Agent based modeling in quantum physics Dan Mønster: Emergence of hierarchies in groups of heterogeneous, reflexive agents Andreas…

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April 2015

Agent based modelling in social sciences

April 16, 2015 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
1325-242

The aim is to provide an overview of how ABM can be used in social sciences and the general process of designing and using a model. We will be using NetLogo for illustration purposes, but more complex (and complete) tools will also be introduced.

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Analysis of multiple social networks with “multiplex”

April 22, 2015 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
1325-242

Multiple networks are complex systems with different types of relations in a shared structure, and they serve to address a variety of topics in human and other societies. “multiplex” (http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/multiplex/) is computer program written in R that is especially designed for the analysis of multiple networks with techniques that combine algebraic structures like the partially ordered semigroup with the existing relational bundles found in multivariate structures.

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Agent based modeling with game theory

April 29, 2015 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
2636 – 211

The aim of this workshop is to give the foundation for the “micro” behavior of agents by introducing the core concepts of non-cooperative game theory. We introduce static and dynamic games with complete and incomplete information and the corresponding solution concepts such as (subgame perfect) Nash equilibrium, and (perfect) Bayesian Nash equilibrium. For each tool, we consider applications from e.g. economics, political science or psychology. We also discuss relaxing the assumption of perfect rationality and self-interest.

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May 2015

Evolutionary dynamics of model agents faced with socio-economic dilemmas and other game theoretical interaction models

May 4, 2015 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
1483-3

In this workshop we will deal with examples of agents ranging from simple no-history, hardwired and unconditionally behaving agents in simple interaction scenarios towards more cognitively competent and adaptive agents basing their choices on own and other’s history of actions and possibly expectations of the social system in which they are situated. Some basic notions from evolutionary game theory will be discussed.

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Agent based modelling for quantum optimization problems

May 20, 2015 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
1525-626

In this workshop participants will be introduced lightly to the quantum problems attacked in our group dealing with challenges in the development of a quantum computer. We approach the problems from two perspectives. First, we have developed online games allowing users of the internet to help solving the problems, and secondly we develop agent-based simulations to optimize as efficiently as possible in the complex optimization landscape.

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August 2015

Agent based modelling in engineering

August 11, 2015 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
1525-626

In this workshop we will discuss several examples of complex engineering systems: self-organization of network structure and communication traffic in wireless multihop ad hoc communication networks, network creation games, model-based and game-theoretic wind-farm optimization, optimized design and optimized backup operations in renewable energy networks

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November 2015

CMCI 15

November 20, 2015
1525-626

The AU Network for Computer Modelling of Complex Interactions was established in 2014 to combine expertise from a broad range of fields to develop novel approaches for the study of intelligent, dynamically evolving systems. During the first year 5 interdisciplinary projects were initiated as a result of the CMCI course. During the 2nd CMCI Workshop we will present the preliminary results from these project, and feature talks by invited speakers that will highlight future fields of research within the network.

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