My interest in human behaviour modelling is no secret, so it’s no surprise that I’m excited to be running a half-day workshop on the subject at this year’s SimTecT conference in Brisbane.
The workshop will cover key issues and major steps in human behaviour modelling, including practical “how to” advice, data collection issues, verification & validation, and some common pitfalls. Applications to Defence, Mining, and Health industries will be covered (depending on the participants). Some practical examples written in NetLogo will be given, although the techniques presented will be relevant to any simulation system.
Update: Unfortunately this workshop has been cancelled.
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