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Celia H, Clegg C, Robinson MA, Siebers PO, Aickelin U and Sprigg C (2007): 'Using Intelligent Agents to understand organisational behaviour',
 

Summary: Celia H, Clegg C, Robinson MA, Siebers PO, Aickelin U and Sprigg C (2007):
'Using Intelligent Agents to understand organisational behaviour',
Proceedings of the British Psychology Society Annual Conference,
Occupational Psychology Division (BPS 2007), Bristol, UK.
Title: Using Intelligent Agents to understand organisational behaviour
Type: Focused paper
Content summary: This paper introduces two ongoing research projects which
seek to apply computer modelling techniques in order to simulate human
behaviour within organisations. Previous research in other disciplines has
suggested that complex social behaviours are governed by relatively simple rules
which, when identified, can be used to accurately model such processes using
computer technology. The broad objective of our research is to develop a similar
capability within organisational psychology.
Content: Starts on page 2
Authors: H CELIA, C CLEGG, M A ROBINSON, P OLAF-SIEBERS, U
AICKELIN, C SPRIGG
Institute of affiliation: H CELIA, Leeds University Business School, C CLEGG,
Leeds University Business School, M A ROBINSON, Leeds University Business
School, P OLAF-SIEBERS, School of Computer Science, University of
Nottingham, U AICKELIN, School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham,

  

Source: Aickelin, Uwe - School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences