Modelling and Simulating Social Systems with MATLAB
Fall Semester 2015
The course takes place every Monday from 5.15 to 6.45 pm in room LFV E41. Lectures are divided into two parts: in the first 30-40 minutes the material of the respective lecture is covered, the remainder of the 90 minutes lecture consists of supervised exercises and working on the projects. The course is a 3 ECTS credit course, further information may be found here.
Please note: Exclusively for students in the MSc program Science, Technology, and Policy this course is offered as a 6 ECTS credit course accompanied by an additional supervised coding project. Please refer to the course catalogue for detailed information.
Please find the list of lectures below. The course material for each week will be made available on the day of the lecture. Please right click on the link and choose "Save link as" to download the files.
|Introduction to Course and MATLAB||Course_Intro.pdf (PDF, 2.2 MB), MATLAB_Intro.pdf (PDF, 799 KB)|
|MATLAB and Git
||Plotting and Stats.pdf (PDF, 931 KB), Git.pdf (PDF, 594 KB) (M, 4 KB), material.zip (ZIP, 6 KB)|
|Overview: Modelling and Simulating Social Systems
|Dynamical Systems||Dynamical Systems.pdf (PDF, 789 KB), material.zip (ZIP, 2 KB)|
|Student Project Flash Talks|
|Cellular Automata||Cellular Automata.pdf (PDF, 4.1 MB) material.zip (ZIP, 7 KB)|
|Game Theory, Agent-based modeling||Game Theory, Agent Based Modeling (PDF, 702 KB), Iterated Prisoner Dilemma Tournament files.zip (ZIP, 2 KB)|
|Graphs and Networks I||Networks I.pdf (PDF, 3.1 MB)|
|Graphs and Networks II||Networks II.pdf (PDF, 16.1 MB), Exporting networks code.zip (ZIP, 2 KB)|
|Dynamics on Networks||Dynamics on Networks.pdf (PDF, 7.7 MB)|
|Statistical Tests and Scientific Writing||Statistics and Communicating Scientific Work.pdf (PDF, 1.5 MB)|