Accessing Complex Systems: An Introduction to Agent-Based Models

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2020-03-06 (Creation date: 2020-03-06)
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Uribe-McGuire, Alicia
The world we live in is complex. Individuals change, evolve, and grow as they experience the world and others around them. Agent-based and computational models can help us account for the complexity and dynamics of interactions among individuals. This seminar will include an introduction to agent-based models, explore some prominent examples, and provide a brief primer on how to approach these models.
Indiana University Workshop in Methods
Workshop in Methods
Social Science Research Commons
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Alicia Uribe-McGuire is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her research interests focus on American Political Institutions with a particular emphasis on the United States Judiciary. Her research explores the intersection between the judiciary and other political actors or bodies and uses both formal and quantitative methods.

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