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  • AUG
    19
    The Agent-Based and Hybrid Modeling Bootcamp for Health Researchers is an intensive, hands-on tutorial that seeks to provide health science researchers with a systematic, practical and accessible introduction to agent-based and hybrid system science modeling for health and health care, using familiar language and concepts.  This year’s bootcamp will focus on agent-based modeling, but with a particular emphasis on insightful, practical and performant hybrids with System Dynamics modeling and discrete event modeling.  Using lectures and guided exercises, the tutorial will introduce a broad set of topics in agent-based and especially hybrid modeling, offer optional material for those seeking additional depth of coverage, and emphasize the complementary insights when agent-based and hybrid modeling is combined with traditional health sciences approaches.  Course material is drawn from the instructor’s semester-long interdisciplinary courses at MIT and the University of Saskatchewan, as...

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