Study on human oriented system simulation: comparison of different methods to represent human behaviour
Wicaksono, Kukuh Nasrul (2015) Study on human oriented system simulation: comparison of different methods to represent human behaviour. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)]
Recently, researchers from any subject fields started to adopt agent based modelling to get deeper insight into complex system which are not well-captured by using traditional modelling approach. By using this, modeller can build the simulation from the bottom up which means, even the modeller may not have any idea about how the system as a general works and behaves, as long as modeller knows a little bit about how the objects works or behaves individually within the system, then the simulation can be built. This advantage may be useful to model the complicated system which the individual objects within the system are easier to be observed such as human oriented system. Therefore, human behaviour modelling will be great concern since it will affect the internal decision making system. Different methods have been used to represent human behaviour in the previous researches such as probabilistic method, fuzzy logic method, BDI, etc.
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