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Agent-Based and Individual-Base Modeling: A Practical Introduction

Steven F. Railsback and Volker Grimm
Publisher: 
Princeton University Press
Publication Date: 
2019
Number of Pages: 
360
Format: 
Paperback
Edition: 
Second Edition
Price: 
59.95
ISBN: 
9780691190839
Category: 
Textbook
[Reviewed by
Brian Borchers
, on
04/6/2019
]

See our review of the first edition of this textbook.  In this second edition, the overall structure and content of the book remain largely unchanged.  This book introduces agent-based modeling and analysis in the context of the NetLogo programming language and development environment.  The authors have updated some explanations in light of their experience with the first edition, corrected errors, and updated the book to reflect changes from version 5 to version 6.0.4 of NetLogo.  


Brian Borchers is a professor of mathematics at New Mexico Tech.  He teaches courses in mathematical modeling, discrete event simulation, and optimization.  
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