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How are the populations of the world likely to shift? Which countries will be impacted by sea-level rise? This paper uses a country-level agent-based dynamic network model to examine shifts in population given network relations among countries, which influences overall population change. Some of the networks considered include: alliance networks, shared language networks, economic influence networks, and proximity networks. Validation of model is done for migration probabilities between countries, as well as for country populations and distributions. The proposed framework provides a way to explore the interaction between climate change and policy factors at a global scale.
Agent-based approach, Alliance networks, Dynamic network modeling, Human migration, Influence networks, Population change, Proximity networks, Shared language
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics | Computer Sciences | Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering
Intelligent Systems and Optimization
WSC 2016: Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference 2016, Arlington, VA, December 11-14
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LIN, Larry; CARLEY, Kathleen M.; and CHENG, Shih-Fen.
An agent-based approach to human migration movement. (2016). WSC 2016: Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference 2016, Arlington, VA, December 11-14. 3150-3520. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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