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The remainder of this paper is structured as follows: Some basic notions of agent-based simulation and the behaviour characteristics of agents are sketched in the next section.
Another aspect of the EVI research explored the optimal siting of public EV charging stations in the New Delhi metropolitan region through the novel use of an agent-based simulation, which found that high levels of service can be provided for 10,000 passenger car EVs at a reasonable infrastructure cost of $760,000 (Rs 460 lakhs).
The topics include an agent-based simulation to show the effects of the size of a city on the socio-spatial organization of its population; whether micro-modeling gentrification is a useful tool for planning; simulating informal urban development in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; simulating urban land use change in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany; and a spatial econometric analysis of value orientation, locational choice, and residential satisfaction.
The second paper titled "Application of Microsimulation to the Modeling of Epidemics and Terrorist Attacks" by Ian Piper, Daniel Keep, Tony Green and Ivy Zhang describes a simulation tool for agent-based simulation.
In other words, agent-based simulation models create a virtual world in which experiments can be conducted.
Pathak, Dilts, and Mahadevan generate longitudinal data from an agent-based simulation model.
The agent-based simulation package will extend the existing agent packages by providing an integrative platform that specifically supports the design of GAIA.
The researchers hope that agent-based simulations may shed light on whether environmental or cultural factors were primarily responsible for the society's abrupt decline.