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Online Analysis and Visualization of Agent Based Models

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Agent-based modeling is used to study many kind of complex systems in different fields such as biology, ecology, or sociology. Visualization of the execution of a such complex systems is crucial in the capacity to apprehend its dynamics. The ever increasing complexification of requirements asked by the modeller has highlighted the need for more powerful tools than the existing ones to represent, visualize and interact with a simulation and extract data online to discover imperceptible dynamics at different spatio-temporal scales. In this article we present our research in advanced visualization and online data analysis developed in GAMA an agent-based, spatially explicit, modeling and simulation platform.

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  • Agent Based Modeling
  • online analysis
  • visualization
  • interaction
  • 3D
  • complex systems

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Grignard, A., Drogoul, A., Zucker, JD. (2013). Online Analysis and Visualization of Agent Based Models. In: , et al. Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2013. ICCSA 2013. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 7971. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-39637-3_52

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