Spring of every year
Total Credits: 3 Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Basic understanding of data structures and algorithms covered in an introductory course of any programming language.
Approval of department.
Theoretical concepts related to simulating dynamic geographic phenomena in the intersection between human and natural systems. Innovative agent-based methodology applied to complex social-environmental systems. Hands-on experience of agent-based modeling, with special emphasis on modeling human decision-making and its impact on the natural environment.
SPRING 2011 - SUMMER 2017