| Product Descriptions:
The public available products are:
- An online training course, which gives an introduction to hydrology, modelling and integrated assessment.
- Report on the integration of the results of the five different case studies (generic).
- Report on participatory integrated assessment in five case studies (generic).
The available publications and reports are:
-Asakawa, T., & Gilbert, N. (2003). Synthesizing experiences: lessons to be learned from internet-mediated simulation games. Simulation and gaming,
34(1), 10 - 22.
Barreteau, O., Cernesson, F., and Ferrand, N. (2001). Pluralité des références spatiales et sociales pour les acteurs d’un contrat de riviè re. Montagnes
Méditerranéennes No.14. pp 47-56.
Barreteau, O., Cernesson, F., Garin, P., and Belaud, G. (2003.) Towards management scales internalising conflicts: case study in South of France. Communication
to the ICID Conference, Montpellier.
Barreteau, O., Cernesson, F., Garin, P., Belaud, G. (2003). Towards management scales internalising conflicts: case study in South of France. 20th European
Regional Conference of ICID Consensus to resolve irrigation and water use conflicts in the Euromediterranean Region . 14-19 September 2003. Montpellier,
Boutet A., Barreteau, O., and Cernesson F. (2003). An agent-based model for co-operative water management in the Orb valley. Group GDN Workshop 2003, Istanbul,
6-10 July 2003
Conte, R. (2002). Emergent (Info )Institutions, Cognitive Systems Research Volume 2, Issue 2, May 2001, pp 97-110
Conte, R. (forthcoming). Cognitive and Social Factors in Reputation in J. Pitt (ed.) Open Agent Societies: Normative Specifications in Multi-Agent Systems
Conte, R. and Fattori, R. (forthcoming) Cognitivi degli Artefatti Socio-Cultural Sistemi Intelligenti
Conte, R., and Dellarocas, C. (eds) (2001). Social Order in MAS. Kluwer.
Conte, R., and Paolucci, M. (2002). Reputation in Artificial Societies Social Beliefs for Social Order Kluwer.
Conte, R., and Paolucci, M. (forthcoming) Reputation in Partner Selection Rationality and Society
Conte, R., and Sichman, J.S. (forthcoming) Dependence Within And Between Groups Computational and Mathematical Organisation Theory. Conte, R., Edmonds,
B., Moss, S. and Swayer, R. K. (2001). Sociology and Social Theory in Agent Based Social Simulation: A Symposium. Computational and Mathematical Organization
Theory. 7(3), 183-205.
Dautenhahn, K., Bond, A., Canamero, D, and Edmonds, B. (Eds.). (2002) Socially Intelligent Agents - creating relationships with computers and robots.
Downing, T. E., Moss, S. and Pahl-Wostl, C. (2000). Understanding Climate Policy Using Participatory Agent-Based Social Simulation Proceedings of Multi
Agent Based Simulation (MABS), Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence Springer Verlag pp198-213.
Edmonds, B. (2000). Complexity and Scientific Modelling. Foundations of Science, 5:379-390.
Edmonds, B. (2001) The Use of Models - making MABS actually work. In. Moss, S. and Davidsson, P. (eds.), Multi Agent Based Simulation, Lecture Notes in Artificial
Edmonds, B. and Moss, S. (2001) The Importance of Representing Cognitive Processes in Multi-Agent Models, Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN'2001, Aug
21-25 2001, Vienna, Austria. Published in: Dorffner, G., Bischof, H. and Hornik, K. (eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2130:759-766
Edmonds, B. and Wallis, S. (2002) Towards an Ideal Social Simulation Language. 3rd International Workshop on Multi-Agent Based Simulation (MABS'02) at
AAMAS'02, Bologna, 15-16 July 2002. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2581:104-124.
Edmonds, Bruce (2003) Against: a priori theory For: descriptively adequate computational modelling, In The Crisis in Economics: The Post-Autistic Economics
Movement: The first 600 days, Routledge.
Edwards, M., Goreaud, F., Barreteau, O., Cernesson, F., and Hill, D. (2002). An object-oriented model linking hydrological and social processes at an aggregate
level. Workshop Agent-Based Simulation 3, special session on Simulation and Environment (SCS), Passau (Germany), 7-9 April 2002
Edwards, M., Huet, S., Goreaud, F., and Deffuant, G. (2003). Comparaison entre un modè le individu-centré de diffusion de l’innovation et sa version agrégée
dérivée par champ moyen pour des simluations à court terme Proceedings of MFI 03 20-22 May 2003, Lille
Edwards, M., Huet, S., Goreaud, F., Deffuant, G. (2003). Comparing individual-based model of behaviour diffusion with its mean field aggregated approximation
Proceedings of M2M. 31 March -1 April 2003, Marseille
Gilbert, N., Maltby, S. and Asakawa, T. (2002). Participatory simulations for developing scenarios in environmental resource management in C. Urban,
(ed.) Third Workshop on Agent-Based Simulation. SCS Europe Bvba, Ghent. April 7-9 pp 67-72.
Hare, M, Gilbert, N., Medugno, D., Asakawa, T., Heeb, J. and Pahl-Wostl, C. (2001) The development of an internet forum for long-term participatory group
learning about problems and solutions to sustainable urban water supply management in Hilty, L.M. &
Gilgen, P.W. (eds) Sustainability in the Information Society, 15th International Symposium Informatics for Environmental Protection, Part 2: Methods/Workshop
Papers Metropolis Verlag, Marburg. pp743-750.
Hare, M. and Deadman, P. (in press). Further towards a taxonomy of agent-based simulation models in environmental management. Mathematics and Computers
Hare, M., Letcher, P., and Jakeman, A.J. (2002). Participatory Natural Resource Management: A Comparison of Four Case Studies in A. E. Rizzoli and A. J. Jakeman,
(eds.) Integrated Assessment and Decision Support- proceedings of the 1st Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society
Hare, M., Letcher, P., and Jakeman, A.J. (in press). Participatory Modelling in Natural Resource Management: A Comparison of Four Case Studies. Integrated
Assessment Volume 3 pp73-78
Hare, M., and Pahl-Wostl, C. (2001). Model uncertainty derived from choice of agent rationality a lesson for policy assessment modelling in N. Giambiasi
and C. Frydman, (eds.) Simulation in Industry: 13th European Simulation Symposium. SCS Europe Bvba, Ghent. pp 854-859.
Hare, M., Deadman, P., and Lim, K. (2001) Towards a taxonomy of agent-based simulation models in environmental management. in F. Ghassemi (ed.) Integrating
models for natural resources management across disciplines, issues and scales. MODSIM 10-13 December Canberra, Australia. Volume 3: Socioecnonomic systems
Hare, M., Medugno, D., Heeb, J., and Pahl-Wostl, C. (2002). An applied methodology for participatory model building of agent-based models for urban water
management In C. Urban (ed.) Third Workshop on Agent-Based Simulation. SCS-Europe BVBA, April 7-9 pp 61-66.
Hare, M.P., and Pahl-Wostl. C. (2002). Stakeholder categorisation in processes of participatory integrated assessment. Integrated Assessment.3: 50-62.
Krywkow, J. Valkering, P., Rotmans, J., and van der Veen, A. (2002). Agent-based and Integrated Assessment Modelling for Incorporating Social Dynamics
in the Management of the Meuse in the Dutch Province of Limburg in A.E. Rizzoli, and A.J. Jakeman (eds.) Integrated Assessment and Decision Support Proceedings
of the First Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society IEMSs, 24 -27 June, University of Lugano, Switzerland Volume
2, pp263- 268.
Krywkow, J., Valkering, P., Rotmans, J., and van der Veen, A. (2002). Coupling an Agent-Based Model With an Integrated Assessment Model to Investigate Social
Aspects of Water Management in C. Urban, (ed.) Workshop 2002: Agent-Based Simulation 3 Proceedings, SCS-European Publishing House, Erlangen, Ghent