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January 01, 2009

Updated interactive demo tools

As preparation for adding my networks course, SI 508, to UofM's OpenCourseware, I've recompiled a list of interactive demos I use in this course. The demos let you grow some networks in different ways, then diffuse an infectious agent on them, or allow opinions to form, or test their resilience to random breakdown or targeted attack.

The demos are built on top of NetLogo and Guess and are Java based. My student, Eytan Bakshy has co-authored a number of these. I hope that they'll be used and modified by whoever would like to use or modify them. I'll try and blog about individual demos, but until that day comes, I'm just listing all of them.

Posted by ladamic at January 1, 2009 11:21 PM


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