ASB 591 / CSE 591 / MAT 598: Computer Simulation in the Social Sciences
Professor: Marco Janssen
TTH 3:15 - 4:30
Students will work in group projects to apply the techniques to concrete research questions. The groups will consist of both social science and computer science students and the composition will be based on personal interests. For examples of projects see the brief project descriptions of last year.
There is no pre-requisite for this course, although it is helpful if you have some programming experience. If you have not much programming experience you will learn some basic programming in Netlogo . Students with more advanced programming experience, can chose between Netlogo and Repast.
This is an
interdisciplinary course where you will get exposed to theories and
tools from various social and computational sciences. Students who are
not willing to learn to work with students from other disciplines should
not sign up for this course.
This site was last updated 12/08/06