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Agent-based simulations backing use of role-playing games as dialogue support tools : Teaching from experiments

Daré William's, Barreteau Olivier. 2004. Agent-based simulations backing use of role-playing games as dialogue support tools : Teaching from experiments. In : Sixth International Conference on Social Science Methodology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, august 17-20 2004. International Sociological Association. s.l. : s.n., 11 p. International Conference on Social Science Methodology. 6, Amsterdam, Pays-Bas, 17 August 2004/20 August 2004.

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Abstract : Role-playing games and computerized models are increasingly used to support negotiation processes with training, learning or policy making aims. They both have advantages and inconvenient. The joint use of both tools is supposed to improve the support. But no methodology exists to design and then analyze their combined used whereas they are assumed to influence negotiation processes. The aim of this article is, through the presentation of an experiment, to give some element to go further in the reflection of that issue. (Résumé d'auteur)

Classification Agris : U10 - Mathematical and statistical methods

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  • Daré William's, CIRAD-TERA-REV (REU)
  • Barreteau Olivier, CEMAGREF (FRA)

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