Reproduced a classic: Standing Ovation Problem

The standing ovation problem is a simple model introduced by (Miller & Page, 2004) that provides a rich domain from which to explore the world. The problem is basically whether to join to the applauding audience or not. Tricky part is that the decision of an individual does not only depend on his impressions of […]

Computational Analysis of Social Complexity

Computational Analysis of Social Complexity  is an introduction course to agent based modeling and simulation for social scientists offered by Computational Social Science Department at George Mason University. Throughout the semester, class participants present models, review books and model some social process as class projects. In this class I reviewed the book, Complex Adaptive Systems: an Introduction to Computational Models of […]