Lorentz Center - Rich Cognitive Models for Policy Design and Simulation from 12 Jan 2009 through 16 Jan 2009
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    Rich Cognitive Models for Policy Design and Simulation
    from 12 Jan 2009 through 16 Jan 2009

 
Combining Cognitive Plausibility with Social Realism

Abstracts presentations participants

 

 

Contents

 

 

1...... A Conceptual Linkage Between Cognitive Architectures And Social Interaction

........ Kees Zoethout & Wander Jager

 

2...... Fulfilling Collective Obligations in Human-Agent Teams using KAoS Policies

........ Jurriaan van Diggelen

 

3...... Passengers Steering Trains: A Multi-Actor Approach for Operations and Control in the Netherlands Railways

........... Niels Faber*, René Jorna*, Erwin Abbink†, Ramon Lentink† & Fred van Blommestein*

 

4...... Using psychological theories for agent-based models of public reaction to policies

........... Andreas Ernst

 

5...... Complex Mimetic Systems

........ Dr. Hans Weigand,

 

6...... Crowd & Riot behaviour modelling: an approach were science and policy can meet

........ Nanda Wijermans

 

7...... Global overview of the moise framework and of the current project around ORA4MAS

........ Olivier Boissier, Jomi Hubner

 

8...... Usefulness of Social Simulation To Stakeholders

........ Pablo Lucas, Scott Moss

 

9...... Modelling Contextually Rich Agents in Research on Internationalised Conflict

........... Armando Geller

 

10.... Modeling decision makers in supply chains for transport policy evaluation

........ Linda Ramstedt (Paul Davidsson)

 

11.... A Model to Simulate Empathy

........... Guillaume Deffuant

 

12.... Engineering Emergent Actor-Agent Behaviour

........... Gouman, Wijngaards, Nieuwenhuis

 

13.... The effect of policies to reduce GHG on individual behavior

........... Bart Hoevenaars

 

14.... Normative frameworks and business processes

........... Julian Padget

 

15.... A strategy experiment in dynamic asset pricing

........... Hommes, Cars, Joep Sonnemans, Jan Tuinstra and Henk van de Velden

 

16.... The Influence of Culture on Decision Making in Trade

........... Tim Verwaart

 

17.... Designing almost human agents

........ Piter Dykstra, Wander Jager

 

18.... Using Cognitive Agents for Training Complex Tasks

........ Karel van den Bosch

 

19. .. Self-organised dominance relations between the sexes: a model and primate data

........ Charlotte K. Hemelrijk

 

20.... Computing Apparent Mental Causation: A Computational Model of the Self-Attribution of Agency

........... Koen Hindriks

 

 

21.... All abstracts in one document

 



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