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Levels of Organisation in agent-based modelling for renewable resources management. Agricultural water management collective rules enforcement in the French Drôme River Valley Case Study.

Abstract : In the context of Agent-Based Modelling for participative renewable resources management, this thesis is concerned with representing multiple tangled levels of organisation of a system. The Agent-Group-Role (AGR) formalism is borrowed from computer science research. It has been conceptually specified to handle levels of organisation, and behaviours within levels of organisation. A design methodology dedicated to AGR modelling has been developed, together with an implementation of the formalism over a multi-agent platform. AGR models of agricultural water management in the French Dr
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Géraldine Abrami. Levels of Organisation in agent-based modelling for renewable resources management. Agricultural water management collective rules enforcement in the French Drôme River Valley Case Study.. domain_other. ENGREF (AgroParisTech), 2004. English. ⟨pastel-00000904⟩

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