The experimental Special Interest Group is focused on combining the experimental approach with Social Agent-Based Modelling (ABM). More specifically, our activities focus on:
- Forming a network for scholars to connect and collaborate with
- Making the process of “combining” more transparent, so we can learn from each other, build forth on each other’s work, critically discuss each other’s work etc.
- Monitoring the current state of experimental and validation procedures in ABM. This will result in literature reviews and reports on the state of the art.
- Summarizing, developing and suggesting standards for empirically-related procedures in ABM.
- Organizing events to foster discussions and attract interest on this topic.
- Developing roadmaps to identify major challenges, topics and procedures needing more attention, and future objectives
- Encouraging new empirical work in ABM by:
- giving space and attention to works bringing forward this approach
- producing a network of researchers with similar interest
- attracting new members
- publishing reviews and books
- organising special issues
• Daniela Cialfi : firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
• Dino Carpentras: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Edmund Chattoe-Brown: email@example.com
• Daniela Cialfi
• Dino Carpentras
• Edmund Chattoe-Brown
• César García-Díaz
• Roger Cremades
• Christian Kammler
• Nick Malleson
• Anna Pagani
• Bruce Edmonds
• Nanda Wijermans
• Marlene Batzke
• Ruth Meyer