RepastJ: A software toolkit for agent-based social science modeling. Repast (REcursive Porous Agent Simulation Toolkit) is a freely available agent-based simulation toolkit specifically designed for social science applications. Repast permits the systematic study of complex system behaviors through controlled and replicable computational experiments. Originally developed by David Sallach and other researchers at the University of Chicago and the Argonne National Laboratory, Repast is now managed by the non-profit volunteer organization ROAD (Repast Organization for Architecture and Development). ...
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