Random walks and levy flights

Credit: Sorathan Chaturapruek, Jonah Breslau, Daniel Yazdi, Scott G. McCalla, and Theodore Kolokolnikov.

"Random walks and Lévy flights: a social-science approach", a seminar by Dr. María Pereda García (Universidad de Burgos) from SimulPast group G10, took place in relation to case study 3 in the SimulPast project on the 25th of September, 2014, at IMF-CSIC, Egipcíaques 15, Barcelona 08001, Spain.


The slides from Dr. Pereda's seminar can be downloaded as a PDF file (2.57 MB) from here: Random Walks and Lévy Flights - A social-science approach


This seminar is part of a series of transdisciplinary seminars organised by the SimulPast project. The following are among those previously held, also within the framework of the SimulPast project:


07/04/2014. Tracing cultivation: Human manipulation and management of plants.

28/11/2013. SimulPast CS4 JAMT post-submission seminar.
05/07/2013. SimulPast CS3 JAMT post-submission seminar.
07/06/2013. SimulPast CS5 JAMT post-submission seminar.
30/05/2013. SimulPast Cooperation JAMT post-submission seminar: Social Mechanisms, Agent-Based Modelling and the Evolution of Cooperation.
21/05/2013. SimulPast CS1 JAMT post-submission seminar.
04/04/2013. Climate change and behavioural adaptations: a late Pleistocene perspective from Blombos Cave, South Africa.
26 to 28/02/2013. Complexity and Network Theory: a critical approach from physics.
12/11/2012. Advances in Conceptual Modelling for Social Sciences and Humanities.
11/07/2012. The evolution of cooperative breeding and paternal care.
26/6/2012. Environmental controls of ecosystem functioning in drylands: SE Spain case study.
13/06/2012. Remote sensing and landscape archaeology in the Bronze Age metallurgical mining complex of Kargaly (Oremburg region, Russia).
31/05/2012. Herders: the mobile option.
29/05/2012. Uses of geophysics in archaeological studies: intro and practical cases.
9/05/2012. An introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) teledetection.
29/02/2012. The use of CORONA satellite photography in archaeology.
11/11/2011. Modeling Nomadic/Sedentary interaction: looking for an integrated approach.
20/10/2011. Analysis of mechanisms at the origin of agriculture and animal husbandry. Formal models and computational explorations.
20/07/2011. The Neolithic frontier: new models and data for Europe and Asia.
13/07/2011. Applying formal languages for social simulation.
04 to 06/7/2011. Emergence of Cooperation in Hunter-Gatherers Societies.