Session D6: The Importance of Human Decision Making in Agent-Based Models of Natural Resource Use

Chairs: Gunnar Dressler, Jule Schulze.

Schedule

Monday July 11th
Time Title Authors Room Moderator(s)
8:30-8:50 Simulating structural change in agriculture: Modelling farming households and farm succession Christian Troost and Thomas Berger B205 Jule Schulze
8:50-9:10 A conceptual framework for an agricultural agent-based model with a two-level social component: modeling farmer groups Tatjana Kuznecova and Alexey Voinov B205
9:10-9:30 Elicitation of farmers’ information sources and use in operational decision making Charlotte Dayde, Stéphane Couture and Roger Martin-Clouaire B205
9:30-9:50 Pasture degradation as a consequence of non-compliance with social norms: exploring behavioral strategies with an agent-based simulation model Gunnar Dressler, Karin Frank, Jürgen Groeneveld and Birgit Müller B205
10:30-10:50 Theoretical foundations of human decision-making in agent-based land use models - a review Jule Schulze, Birgit Müller, Carsten M. Buchmann, Gunnar Dressler, Niklas Hase, Falk Hoffmann, Felix John, Cheng Guo, Christian Klassert, Thomas Lauf, Veronika Liebelt, Henning Nolzen, Nadine Pannicke, Hanna Weise, Nina Schwarz and Jürgen Groeneveld B205 Gunnar Dressler
10:50-11:10 How complicated agent-based models should be? Zhanli Sun and Carsten Buchmann B205
11:10-11:30 Agent-based Modeling Automated: Data-driven Generation of Innovation Diffusion Models Thorben Jensen and Emile J.L. Chappin B205
11:30-11:50 Re-examining the ABM empirical toolkit in a world of big (behavioral) data Andrew Bell B205
11:50-12:10 A novel approach to parameterizing utility functions for agent-based market models of resource choice Dawn Parker, Yu Huang, Xiongbing Jin, Robert Babin, Xinyue Pi, Veronica Sullivan and Jeff Casello B205
14:30-14:50 Exploration of the long term sustainability of the French Risk Management Frédéric Grelot, Bruno Bonté and Zhongyang Fang B205 Gunnar Dressler
14:50-15:10 Consideration of decision-making processes in agent-based models of social-ecological systems Pierre Mazzega, Christophe Sibertin-Blanc and Olivier Therond B205
15:10-15:30 Multi-scale adaptations and vulnerability transfer in an artificial society: From sugarscape to sugarscale Bruno Bonté, Geraldine Abrami, Clara Therville, Louisa Kiestemaker, Fr. Bousquet, Olivier Barreteau and J. Marty Anderies B205
15:30-15:50 The role of social institutions in the resolution of international conflicts over shared fishing resources Cezara Pastrav and Frank Dignum B205
15:50-16:10 What is the role of human decisions in restoring a clear lake? Romina Martin and Maja Schlüter B205
16:30-16:50 Integrating human agency and ecosystem services: an ABM perspective on food Stefano Balbi and Ferdinando Villa B205 Romina Martin
16:50-17:10 An agent-based model for studying the effects of sustainable intensification on food security in the nation State James Reilly, Gary Polhill, Robin Matthews, Terry Dawson and Pete Smith B205
17:10-17:30 The Role of Subjective Risk Perceptions in Shaping Coastal Development Dynamics Nicholas Magliocca, Virginia McConnell and Margaret Walls B205
17:30-17:50 Modelling adaptive behaviour in spatial agent-based models: coastal cities and climate change Tatiana Filatova B205
17:50-18:10 Artificial Intelligence Techniques to Enhance Actors’ Decision Strategies in Socio-ecological Agent-Based Models Shaheen Abdulkareem and Tatiana Filatova B205