26/09/2019

Case-based methods, micro-simulation and agent-based modelling: Bridging the divide to leverage their combined strengths


Case-based methods, micro-simulation and agent-based modelling:
Bridging the divide to leverage their combined strengths

Much thanks to Susan Stepney and Philip Garnett and the York Cross-disciplinary Centre for Systems Analysis – the University of York – for the opportunity to present on the latest work my colleagues and I are doing to integrate case-based methods, micro-simulation and agent-based modelling.

Here is a link to my powerpoint presentation as a PDF

Here is a link to the recent article we published integrating case-based methods (specifically QCA) and agent-based modelling.

Here is a link to our paper using a case-based approach to explore allostatic load as a complex system.







Here is a link to our paper using longitudinal cluster analysis as a case-based approach to study co-morbid depression and physical health in primary care.



Here is the link to COMPLEX-IT, which has developed a new case-based scenario simulation approach, based on integrating micro-simulation and case-based methods.

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