Modelling Movement in the City: The Influence of Individuals

May 1st, 2012 | Posted by edmanley in Agent-based Modelling | Cities | Cognition and Behaviour | Spatial Modelling | Transportation

‘Modelling Movement in the City: The Influence of Individuals’ was the title of a talk I gave at the AGILE conference in Avignon, France last week.  For the conference I actually initially prepared a poster that never ended up seeing the light of day – except for now that is.

The poster presents some recent work I carried out through agent-based simulation, demonstrating how different behavioural models influence the formation of macroscopic patterns.  As you can see from the results, the impact of mere basic assumptions hold a significant impact upon the unfolding network picture.

Probably now going to write this up as a journal paper, but hopefully putting the poster up here won’t mess with any copyright stuff – please let me know if it might!

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