NetLogo

NetLogo, a Multi-agent Simulation Environment. NetLogo [Wilensky, 1999] is a multi-agent programming language and modeling environment for simulating complex phenomena. It is designed for both research and education and is used across a wide range of disciplines and education levels. In this paper we focus on NetLogo as a tool for research and for teaching at the undergraduate level and higher. We outline the principles behind our design and describe recent and planned enhancements


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  1. Xiao, Sa; Zhao, Liang; Zhang, Jia-Lin; Wang, Xiang-Tai; Chen, Shu-Yan: Comparing neutral and trade-off community models in shaping the community biomass-diversity relationship under different disturbance levels (2013)
  2. Alexandridis, Kostas; Maru, Yiheyis: Collapse and reorganization patterns of social knowledge representation in evolving semantic networks (2012) ioport
  3. Bodi, Michael; Thenius, Ronald; Szopek, Martina; Schmickl, Thomas; Crailsheim, Karl: Interaction of robot swarms using the honeybee-inspired control algorithm BEECLUST (2012)
  4. Cases, Blanca; Rebollo, Israel; Graña, Manuel: A hybrid spatial-social-logical model explaining human behaviour in emergency situations (2012) ioport
  5. Li, Kang; Gao, Hongwei; Song, Li; Hu, Ping; Wang, Kun; Chen, Chunrui: Local strategic interaction in 2-neighborhood on the endogenous network and its simulations (2012)
  6. Achten, Peter: The Soccer-Fun project (2011)
  7. Stroup, Walter M.; Hills, Thomas; Carmona, Guadalupe: Computing the average square: an agent-based introduction to aspects of current psychometric practice (2011) MathEduc
  8. Sueur, Cédric; Deneubourg, Jean-Louis; Petit, Odile; Couzin, Iain D.: Group size, grooming and fission in primates: a modeling approach based on group structure (2011)
  9. Damaceanu, Romulus-Catalin: Applied computational mathematics in social sciences (2010)
  10. Fridman, Natalie; Kaminka, Gal A.: Modeling pedestrian crowd behavior based on a cognitive model of social comparison theory (2010) ioport
  11. Read, Dwight: Agent-based and multi-agent simulations: Coming of age or in search of an identity? (2010) ioport
  12. Abrahamson, Dor: Embodied design: Constructing means for constructing meaning (2009) MathEduc
  13. An, Gary: A model of TLR4 signaling and tolerance using a qualitative, particle-event-based method: Introduction of spatially configured stochastic reaction chambers (SCSRC) (2009)
  14. Blikstein, Paulo; Wilensky, Uri: An atom is known by the company it keeps: A constructionist learning environment for materials science using agent-based modeling (2009) MathEduc
  15. Chen, Shu-Yan; Xu, Jin; Maestre, Fernando T.; Chu, Cheng-Jin; Wang, Gang; Xiao, Sa: Beyond dual-lattice models: incorporating plant strategies when modeling the interplay between facilitation and competition along environmental severity gradients (2009)
  16. Kefalas, Petros; Stamatopoulou, Ioanna; Sakellariou, Ilias; Eleftherakis, George: Transforming communicating X-machines into P systems (2009)
  17. Michel, Olivier; Spicher, Antoine; Giavitto, Jean-Louis: Rule-based programming for integrative biological modeling. Application to the modeling of the (\lambda) phage genetic switch (2009)
  18. Nebti, Salima; Meshoul, Souham: Predator prey optimization for snake-based contour detection (2009)
  19. Pelta, David; Cruz, Carlos; González, Juán Ramón: A study on diversity and cooperation in a multiagent strategy for dynamic optimization problems (2009)
  20. Rezaei, Golriz; Kirley, Michael: The effects of time-varying rewards on the evolution of cooperation (2009) ioport

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