Accepted papers

WCSS 2014 Accepted Papers

  • Zheyuan Su and Mirsad Hadzikadic. Applications of Complex Adaptive Systems in Portfolio Management
  • Valery Makarov, Albert Bakhtizin and Nafisa Bakhtizina. Application of Supercomputer Technologies in Agent - Based Models
  • Jean-Denis Mathias, Sylvie Huet and Guillaume Deffuant. Bounded Confidence model with fixed uncertainties and extremists: the opinions can keep fluctuating indefinitely
  • Huet Sylvie and Deffuant Guillaume. In the Leviathan Model, the average opinion is higher when agents sanction more highly valued people
  • Jacopo Alessandro Baggio. Food Security in an interconnected world: how food exchanges affect food security
  • Carlos Lemos, Helder Coelho and Rui J. Lopes. Agent-Based modeling of protests and violent confrontation: a micro-situational, multi-player, contextual rule-based approach
  • Chathura Rajapakse and Takao Terano. A Social Simulation Study of Customer Loyalty Formation from a Service-Dominant Logic Perspective
  • Osama Ibrahim, Aron Larsson and David Sundgren. A Causal Mapping Simulation for Scenario Planning and Impact Assessment in Public Policy Problems - The Case of EU 2030 Climate and Energy Framework
  • Tiziana Assenza, Domenico Delli Gatti and Jakob Grazzini. MUlti-country MABM
  • Jose Manuel Magallanes and Claudio Cioffi-Revilla. Understanding Climate Change Induced Migration in the Central Andes of Peru via Agent-Based Computational Modeling
  • Andre Veski. Price of Invisibility: Statistics of centralised and decentralised matching markets
  • Yoshiharu Maeno, Kenji Nishiguchi, Satoshi Morinaga and Hirokazu Matsushima. Impact of shadow banks on financial contagion
  • Kosei Takashima and Shigeaki Ogibayashi. Model Structure of Agent-Based Artificial Economic System Responsible for Reproducing Fundamental Economic Behavior of Goods Market
  • Christopher Hughes, Jason Noble and Lorraine Warren. The Regulatory Dilemma: An Agent-based Approach to Policy Making within Innovation Systems
  • William Rand, Anand Gopal and Balaji Koka. Pure Versus Hybrid Strategies: On Exploring the Limits of Adaptability
  • Yuya Murata, Gaku Yamamoto and Takao Terano. Improving the Performance of Mobile Application Systems through Agent Deployment Strategies in a Distributed Environment
  • Kei-Leo Brousmiche, Jean-Daniel Kant, Nicolas Sabouret, François Prenot Guinard and Stéphane Fournier. The role of emotions on communication and attitude dynamics: an agent-based approach
  • Adrien Querbes. Banned from the Sharing Economy: An Agent-based Model of the Peer-to-Peer Distribution of Consumer Goods
  • Luis Gustavo Nardin, Giulia Andrighetto, Rosaria Conte and Mario Paolucci. From Anarchy to Monopoly: How Competition and Protection Shaped Mafia's Behavior
  • Chapuis Kevin and Kant Jean-Daniel. A multi-agent simulation to study the impact of cognitive profiles on job satisfaction
  • Brais Alvarez-Pereira, Catherine Bale, Bernardo Alves Furtado, Claudius Grabner, Heath Henderson and Francesca Lipari. Inequality and Social Mobility Driving Political Change: Heterogeneity and Mating as Key Elements to the Kuznets Curve
  • Davoud Taghawi-Nejad. Transitioning Saudi Arabia for an expat driven economy, to and endogenous wealth creating society
  • Gonzalo Mejia and Cesar Garcia-Diaz. Market-level Effects of Firm-level Adaptation, Intermediation and Cost Heterogeneity in Supply Chains
  • Paulo Cordeiro, Fernando B. De Lima Neto, Luis Menezes and Felipe Alves. WIZARDABSS: a Graphical Tool for Generating Social Simulation Scenarios
  • Yohei Nakayama and Shingo Takahashi. Analysis of Market Signaling with Mutual Learning Agent-Based Model

WCSS 2014 Accepted Posters

  • João V. M. Miranda, Moshé Cotacallapa and Camilo Rodrigues Neto. London Riots with ABM+GIS
  • Pablo Lucas and Bruce Edmonds. Integrating an Ethnographic Decision-Tree of Microcredit Behaviour into an Agent-Based Model
  • Mary Fidler, Patrick Smith and Michael Murillo. Testing the Impact of Mitigation Strategies on Pandemic Influenza with Agent-Based Modeling
  • Louis Boguchwal and Daniel Evans. Network Simulation Models of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Marcelo Del Castillo-Mussot, Oscar Córdoba-Rodríguez, Jorge Antonio Montemayor-Aldrete and Lev Guzman-Vargas. Income household distribution in Mexico: a thermodynamic approach
  • Sylvie Huet and Guillaume Deffuant. The Leviathan model to study the link between self-opinion and group structure
  • Marcos Aurelio Santos Da Silva. Crozier & Luhmann: social theory as a support for a systemic socioterritorial modeling and simulation
  • Lev Guzmán-Vargas, Iván Y. Fernández-Rosales and Larry S. Liebovitch. Actors conflict model: A network perspective
  • André Martins, Mario Paolucci, Francisco Grimaldo and Ozge Dilaver Kalkan. Simulations, Games and Social Processes in Science
  • Emile Chappin and Petra Heijnen. On infrastructure network design with agent-based modelling
  • Karen Buchsbaum and Koorosh Farchadi. Bottlenecks, Bridges and Barriers: Applying Social Network Analysis to Climate Change Adaptation Research in Agriculture
  • Daniel Aguilar-Velázquez, José L. Romero-Rodríguez, Roberto Juárez-López, Iván Y. Fernández-Rosales and Lev Guzmán-Vargas. Synchronization and decision time in opinion dynamics
  • Mhd Irvan, Na Chang and Takao Terano. Taming a Million Learning Agents for Recommender System through Distributed Computing