Advances in Complex Societal, Environmental and Engineered by Mohamed Nemiche, Mohammad Essaaidi

By Mohamed Nemiche, Mohammad Essaaidi

This ebook addresses fresh technological growth that has ended in an elevated complexity in lots of traditional and synthetic structures. The ensuing complexity learn as a result of the emergence of latest houses and spatio-temporal interactions between quite a few approach components - and among the process and its atmosphere - is the first concentration of this text.

This quantity is split into 3 components: half one specializes in societal and ecological structures, half offers with ways for figuring out, modeling, predicting and studying socio-technical structures, and half 3 contains real-life examples.

every one bankruptcy has its personal exact positive factors; it's a self-contained contribution of distinct specialists engaged on varied fields of technology and expertise proper to the examine of complicated platforms. Advances in complicated structures of latest truth: Societal, Environmental and Engineered Systems will offer postgraduate scholars, researchers and executives with qualitative and quantitative tools for dealing with the numerous good points of advanced modern reality.

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The second shows the differences in the simulated crowd patterns and protest intensity between the AR3 and the other scenarios. The third shows the use of the quantitative measures of emergent properties for interpreting simulation results. Figure 3 shows four perspective (3D) snapshots of the protest space for one simulation of the AR3 case. A police commander agent was introduced, which gave an order to all ‘cops’ to occupy the front rows of the staircase and stay there, with ˛c D 20 in Eq. (5).

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Simulation AR3 was performed to illustrate the effect of introducing a ‘command agent’. g. due to austerity measures). Simulation AR4 was planned to show how the proportion of ‘violent’ protesters increases as the government legitimacy is reduced (increasing the mean grievance of ‘hanger-on’ and ‘bystander’ protesters), 5 We only represented the 10 m strip of the staircase adjacent to the street to reduce the number of cells and make the figures more legible. This is not a strong limitation since the important dynamics usually unfolds on the part of the staircase included in the model.

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