Agent-Based Modeling Simulation to save the dolphins of the Ligurian Sea



Angelo Ferrando

Agent-Based Modeling Simulation to save the dolphins of the Ligurian Sea
Speaker:
Angelo Ferrando
Abstract:
Agent-based modeling and simulation (ABMS) is a new approach to model systems comprised of autonomous, interacting agents. Computational advances have made possible a growing number of agent-based models across a variety of application domains. Applications range from modeling agent behavior in the stock market, supply chains, and consumer markets, to predicting the spread of epidemics, mitigating the threat of bio-warfare, and understanding the factors that may be responsible for the fall of ancient civilizations. In my talk, I will introduce the basic concepts of ABMS and I will present a possible exploitation in a biological scenario involving the dolphins of the Ligurian Sea.
Short Bio:
Angelo Ferrando is a Ph.D. Student at the University of Genova. His research interests are focused on Multi-Agent Systems (MASs) and Runtime Verification (RV). Since from his master's thesis he has been working on the design and implementation of a compact and expressive formalism (based on Session Types theory) to be used for the RV of MASs: the Trace Expression formalism. With respect to the standard Centralized approaches, he is following a more Decentralized one, in particular studying the possible use of the Decentralized Runtime Verification (DRV) for improving efficiency and avoiding bottlenecks issues during the runtime monitoring of big MASs.
Date:
Thursday, June 14th, 2018 – 14:00
Location:
DIBRIS Conference Room - Via Dodecaneso 35, Genova (III floor)

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