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 ===== Course Description ===== ===== Course Description =====
 This course discusses the challenges of modelling the interactions between the social and the natural systems. Modelling human-environment interactions involves collecting data, building up a conceptual approach, implementing,​ calibrating,​ validating, and repeating one or more steps again. Nature-society models need to combine different methods, including support for both cellular automata and agent-based models. To match these requirements,​ we useTerraME, an open source software that supports multiparadigm modelling of nature-society interactions. The lectures introduce TerraME, and show how to develop models using the software. ​ This course discusses the challenges of modelling the interactions between the social and the natural systems. Modelling human-environment interactions involves collecting data, building up a conceptual approach, implementing,​ calibrating,​ validating, and repeating one or more steps again. Nature-society models need to combine different methods, including support for both cellular automata and agent-based models. To match these requirements,​ we useTerraME, an open source software that supports multiparadigm modelling of nature-society interactions. The lectures introduce TerraME, and show how to develop models using the software. ​
-==== Download ==== 
-    * {{http://​www.terrame.org/​software/​terrame_rc5_20100616.zip | TerraME_RC5}} - TerraME modelling software 
-    * [[http://​www.dpi.inpe.br/​terraview_eng/​index.php| TerraView 3.2.0 ]]  - TerraView GIS 
-    * {{http://​www.dpi.inpe.br/​~anapaula/​plugin_celulas/​celulas.zip| Plug-in to fill cellular spaces}} 
-    * [[http://​www.crimsoneditor.com/​|Crimson Editor]] - Editor for TerraME 
-    * {{http://​www.terrame.org/​ppt/​vespucci_terrame.ppt | Presentation on TerraME}} 
  
-=== Documentation === 
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-  * {{:​docs:​introduction_terrame_v1-4.pdf|Tutorial:​ An Introduction to TerraME (version 1.4)}} 
-  * {{:​docs:​luaforterrame-ashortintroduction.pdf|Lua for TerraME: A Short Introduction}} 
-  * {{:​docs:​terrame-documentation.pdf|Classes and Functions Documentation}} 
  
 ==== Part 1: Introduction ==== ==== Part 1: Introduction ====
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 ====  Part 3: Governing the Commons using Game Theory ==== ====  Part 3: Governing the Commons using Game Theory ====
-    * Lecture: {{http://​www.terrame.org/​ppt/vespucci_lecture3.ppt | Governing the Commons using Game Theory Basics}} +    * Lecture: {{:ppt:vespucci_lecture3.ppt|Governing the Commons using Game Theory Basics}} 
-    * Iterated Prisoner'​s Dilemma: ​[[http://​www.terrame.org/​examples/demo17_ipd.lua|code]]    ​ +    * Iterated Prisoner'​s Dilemma: ​{{:examples:demo17_ipd.lua|code}} 
-    * Spatial Games: ​[[http://​www.terrame.org/​examples/demo22_spatial-games.lua|code]] +    * Spatial Games: ​{{:examples:demo22_spatial-games.lua|code}}
-    * Top-Down Governance: [[http://​www.terrame.org/​examples/​demo10_ostromGame_Observer.lua|code]] ​    +
-    * Mixed Governance: [[http://​www.terrame.org/​examples/​demo23_commonsGame_Observer.lua|code]]+

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