1WCSS Kyoto, August 2006

Proceedings of the Congress. Here.

Student Contest

Combining empirical data with multi agent social simulation: investigating micro - macro links in behavioral finance
A.O.I. Hoffmann, J.H. von Eije, W. Jager and B. Lijnema

Small-world Model of Transmission of SARS
Rui Wang

SAMU (Simulation of multi-Agents and Urban Modelisation)
Abhimanyu Godara

Applications of Agent-based Modeling and Simulation of Fuel Distribution in Indonesia
Manahan Siallagan, Nana Juhana, Santi Novani and Utomo Sarjono Putro

The Study on the Organization of the Collective Farming-System by the Multi-Agent Model
Ryohei YAMASHITA and Satoshi HOSHINO

Casares Labor Market Multiagent Interactive Simulation
Pablo E. De Grande

A Simple Study about Organization Size with a Simulation Model

Youngdoc Seo

To be Others' Eyes and Ears? - Trust and the Credibility of Reputation

Yen-Sheng Chiang

Third Prize:
EVO-2x2: a Modelling Framework to Study the Evolution of Strategies in 2x2 Symmetric Games under Various Competing Assumptions
Luis R. Izquierdo, Segismundo S. Izquierdo and J. Gary Polhill

Modelling the Socio-Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS in South Africa
Shah Jamal Alam, Ruth Meyer and Gina Ziervogel

Second Prize:
Case-based Model of Emotional Expression Influence on Work Group Socialization and Performance
Lu Yang and Nigel Gilbert

Implementing CASMIM for Epidemic Simulations
Ji-Lung Hsieh, Chuen-Tsai Sun and Chung-Yuan Huang

Third Prize:
Simulating the Motion Picture Market: why do the hits take it all?
Sebastiano A. Delre, Wander Jager, Marco A. Janssen and Tammo H. A. Bijmolt

Learning in a community of practice: an agent-based model

GROWLab: A Toolbox for Social Simulation
Nils B. Weidmann and Luc Girardin

Social Networks and Optimal Marketing Strategies for Diffusion: Does ABM Tell Us More?
Nazmun N. Ratna

An Agent-Based Simulator to Analyze Business Office Activities
Yukinao Kenjo

First Prize:
Modelling Migration in the Sahel: An alternative to cost-benefit analysis
Bogdan Werth, Scott Moss, Gina Ziervogel and Thomas E. Downing