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A Framework for Mixed-Level Social Simulation with Socio-cognitive AgentsA Framework for Mixed-Level Social Simulation with Socio-cognitive Agents

A Project coordinated by IIIA.

Principal investigator:

Jordi Sabater-MirJordi Sabater-Mir

Team members:

Collaborating organisations:

Funding entity:

Ministerio de economía y competitividadMinisterio de economía y competitividad

Funding call:

Project #:

TIN2013-45039-PTIN2013-45039-P

Funding amount:

61.655,55€61.655,55€

Duration:

2014-01-012014-01-01

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2016-12-312016-12-31

The aim of the project is to contribute to the development of conceptual and technological foundations for agent-based simulation of socio-cognitive systems where the interplay between the behaviour of the individuals and their social context is the key feature. We will formalize the conceptual elements necessary to model socio-cognitive systems and, based on those elements, propose the technological artefacts needed to implement the simulations.

The aim of the project is to contribute to the development of conceptual and technological foundations for agent-based simulation of socio-cognitive systems where the interplay between the behaviour of the individuals and their social context is the key feature. We will formalize the conceptual elements necessary to model socio-cognitive systems and, based on those elements, propose the technological artefacts needed to implement the simulations.

2016
Pablo Noriega,  Julian Padget,  Harko Verhagen,  & Mark d'Inverno (2016). A manifesto for conscientious design of hybrid online social systems. COIN@ECAI2016 . [BibTeX]
J. Sabater-Mir,  Palma-Zurita, Carlos,  & Cuadros-Oller, Joan (2016). Basic Desires to Decide Your Active Goals. Motivational Theories in Cognitive Agents. Artificial Intelligence Research and Development. [BibTeX]
Andrighetto, Giulia,  Brandts, Jordi,  Conte, Rosaria,  J. Sabater-Mir,  Solaz, Hector,  Székely, Áron,  & Villatoro, Daniel (2016). Counter-Punishment, Communication, and Cooperation among Partners. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. [BibTeX]
2015
Eva Armengol,  Pilar Dellunde,  & Angel García-Cerdaña (2015). A Logical Study of Local and Global Graded Similarities. Applied Artificial Intelligence. [BibTeX]
Pablo Noriega,  & Murat Sensoy (2015). COIN@AAMAS2015. Pre-proceedings . [BibTeX]  [PDF]
Vicent Costa,  & Pilar Dellunde (2015). On Free Models for Horn Clauses over Predicate Fuzzy Logics. 18th International Conference of the Catalan Association for Artificial Intelligence . [BibTeX]