Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Spatial Agent-based Models of Human-Environment Interactions: Spring 2016

During the past spring semester I taught a class entitled "Spatial Agent-based Models of Human-Environment Interactions". As with many of my courses, students were expected to complete a end of semester project, in this case, develop an agent-based model that explores some aspect of related to the course theme of human-environment interactions. Below is a selection of these projects, which ranged from hiking along the Application trail,  to that of exploring the ride-sharing economy, to the spread of diseases, ecosystem recovery modeling and the origins of social complexity. 

I would like to thank the Students of CSS 645: Spatial Agent-based Models of Human-Environment Interactions for their participation in the class.

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