Towards the Evolution of Synthetic Population in Continuous Time
Springer Proceedings in Complexity
Synthetic populations are tools widely spread in the agent-based community for representing a baseline population of interest whose dynamics and evolution will be simulated and studied. The dynamic evolution of the synthetic population has been typically performed using a discrete and fixed time step. A continuous approach based on the Gillespie algorithm is proposed in this research. Preliminary experiments illustrate the potential of the new method before future work are discussed.
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