I have a few blog posts on a modeling methodology called SCAMP (Social Causality with Agents Using Multiple Perspectives). Simulation Using Events and Goals – A New Approach to Agent-based Modeling Social Causality with Agents using Multiple Perspectives: A Novel Approach to Understanding Network-based Social Phenomena SCAMP is different because it models events and relationships … Continue reading Social Causality with Agents Using Multiple Perspectives — the Movie
The computer science of SCAMP drew me in, but what really interested me was its novel approach to modeling social phenomena. SCAMP looks at network-based phenomena in ways that traditional networking does not.
SCAMP is a network-based scenario-simulation methodology whose runs can reveal new understanding about known topics of research, and also, reveal hitherto unrealized research questions. SCAMP has this capacity because it treats networks in novel ways.
AEGIS: Agent-based Evaluation Guiding Implementation of Solar DE-FOA-0001496: SOLAR ENERGY EVOLUTION AND DIFFUSION STUDIES II - STATE ENERGY STRATEGIES (SEEDSII-SES) Business contact: Mr. Vijay Kohli President Syntek Technologies 703.522.1025 ext. 201 email@example.com Technical contact: Jonathan A. Morell, Ph.D. Director of Evaluation Syntek Technologies 734 646-8622 firstname.lastname@example.org Confidentiality statement:This proposal includes information and data that … Continue reading Agent-based Evaluation Guiding Implementation of Solar Technology
An argument for integrating agent based modeling into traditional evaluation methodologies