two books in which (sorry) I'm a little bit invonveld.
F. Luna and B. Stefansson (eds.) (2000), Economic Simulations in Swarm:
Agent-Based Modelling and Object Oriented Programming. Dordrecht and
London, Kluwer Academic.
F. Luna and A. Perrone (eds) (2001), Agent-Based Methods in Economics and
Finance: Simulations in Swarm. Dordrecht and London, Kluwer Academic.
At 15.41 08/08/02 +0100, Edmund Chattoe wrote:
>If you had to recommend an ABM book/paper to someone without a
>background in ABM, but with specialised knowledge that they were keen
>to model, what reasonably accessible (in the library sense) work
>would you use to show them what could be done?
>Edmund Chattoe: Department of Sociology, University of Oxford, Littlegate
>House, St Ebbes, Oxford, OX1 1PS, tel: 01865-286174, fax: 01865-286171,
>http://www.sociology.ox.ac.uk Review Editor, J. Artificial Societies
>and Social Simulation (JASSS) http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/JASSS/
>"So act as
>to treat humanity, whether in your own person or in another, always as an
>end, and never as only a means." (Immanuel Kant, Fundamental Principles)