Cooperation Under Resources Pressure (CURP)

Cooperation Under Resources Pressure (CURP) is an agent-based model designed to explore the evolution of cooperation under different resources scenarios that condition individual needs for survival. The model is a very stylised abstraction, where resources pressure is modelled by a stochastic process of acquiring resources (i.e. prob-resource) and by a parameter of the minimal proportion of the resource unit necessary for survival (i.e. min-energy). The model offers different insights about how the resources pressure can change the cooperative behaviour of any group of individuals, although we have a particular interest in the evolution of sharing practices in HG societies.

Quality uncertainty and market failure model

An interactive simulation game specially designed to teach the market effects of quality uncertainty

WWHW Wave When the Hale Wale 2.0 model

An agent-based model designed to explore the development of cooperation in hunter-fisher-gatherer societies that face a dilemma of sharing an unpredictable resource that is randomly distributed in space.

AEYGrid Axtell, Epstein and Young bargaining model in grids

This is an agent-based model of bargaining in regular lattices based on the original tag model proposed by Axtell et al. 

RAEAN (Reimplementation of Axelrod's "Evolutionary Approach to Norms")

Luis Izquierdo and I implemented this agent-based model in RePast to replicate and extend Prof. Axelrod's model of metanorms. The applet was included as Appendix A in the paper Galan, J.M. and Izquierdo, L.R. (2005).

In this website you can find supplementary material to this work:

RAEAN-NET (Reimplementation of Axelrod's "Evolutionary Approach to Norms" on networks)

Based on RAEAN, and working together with Maciej M. Łatek and Seyed M. Mussavi Rizi, we extended the Prof. Axelrod's model of metanorms to be played on different network topologies. The source code of our work can be found here

We used RePast and JUNG libraries

Artificial Stock Market

When Luis and I were students (2002), we implemented the Santa Fe Artificial Stock Market in Javaswarm. We have not worked since then in financial agent based modelling so surely there are versions more updated than ours but, just in case it might be useful, you can find it in the repository about ASM mantained by Paul Johnson

You can find our version directly here