CAMREC: MABS @ ICMAS: Programme and introduction

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                 The 2nd Multi Agent Based Simulation Workshop
                           federated with ICMAS-2000
                               Boston, 8-9 July 2000

                         Programme and Papers now online

    The calls for papers and participation in MABS-2000 held out the promise
    of a watershed event for the social simulation community. The number
    and quality of the papers received and selected for MABS supports this
    promise and has led to the extension of the workshop so that it starts
    at mid-day on Saturday 8th July and continues throughout Sunday, 9th
    July. The workshop has also proved to be very attractive to potential
    participants. Virtually all of the available places have been taken.

    The programme is available at


    There are links to the papers from the programme page -- but to keep
    faith with the proceedings publishers these are in a protected
    directory for registered participants only. However, access to the
    overview and introduction to the workshop is unrestricted at


    While I have a list of registered participants from the ICMAS
    organisers, I do not have all of their email addresses. If you have
    registered but have not been sent a password to access the papers,
    please contact me at

    Professor Scott Moss
    Centre for Policy Modelling
    Manchester Metropolitan University
    Aytoun Building
    Manchester M1 3GH

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