An Agent Based Simulation testing the impact of water allocation on collective farmers' behaviours
Le Bars, Marjorie; Attonaty, Jean-Marie; Pinson, Suzanne; Ferrand, Nils (2005), An Agent Based Simulation testing the impact of water allocation on collective farmers' behaviours, Simulation, 81, 3, p. 223-235. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0037549705053166
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Nom de la revueSimulation
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Résumé (EN)Many negotiations take place between farmers, water suppliers, public servants, and environmentalists to allocate water resources between users in different areas. However, few negotiations quantify the consequences of alternatives solutions. Models that are used are often oversimplified and only take into account elements that are easy to calculate, or they are too complex to be used for negotiations in real time. In all cases, they do not consider the heterogeneity of decision makers. The authors demonstrate that agent-based modeling could help these negotiations by showing the consequences of water allocation rules with respect to different criteria.
Mots-clésIrrigation; Simulation multi-agent; systèmes multi-agent; Intelligence artificielle
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An instrumentalized participatory and cooperative approach for cooperative knowledge acquisition to build a social MABS Hamel, Athmane; Pinson, Suzanne; Attonaty, Jean-Marie (2004) Communication / Conférence