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Instructions
This assignment can be done individually or in pairs.
In the case of pairs: one student should submit the assignment while referring to her/his partner in writing (i.e., “This assignment was created with Erez Hatna”). The other student should only submit the name of his partner (i.e., “I worked with Josh Epstein on this assignment. Please look at his submission”)
For the final project, you can create a simple model or modify one of the listed models. Modifications should include changes to the logic of the model. Superficial changes that do not influence the model’s logic are not acceptable. For example, modifying the behavior of agents is recommended, while merely changing the visual properties of agents (i.e., the shape and color) are not acceptable.
Part 1: Background (50%)
1.1 Indicate whether you created a new model or revised one of the listed models. If you modified an existing model, indicate which one (5%).
1.2 Introduce the phenomenon that the model represents (200 words or more, 15%).
Hint: Introduce the real-world phenomenon the model represents. The answer should have the form of an introduction. Do not describe the model.
1.3. Describe how the phenomenon is represented in the model (200 words or more, 15%).
Hint: Your descriiption should include the agents, environment, processes that occur at each time step, and the model parameters. You need to describe the conceptual model and not the NetLogo implementation. For equation-based models, there is no need to describe agents.
1.4. Describe how the model is implemented in NetLogo. Show and explain parts of the code. If you modified an existing model, indicate the aspects you changed and describe how you changed them (200 words or more, 15%).
Part 2: Analysis (50%)
2.1. Articulate a question that can be answered using the model and select a parameter and a statistic/index (100 words or more, 5%)
Hint: Select a parameter (e.g., the mortality probability) and a statistic (e, g, percentage of infected individuals) based on your question (e.g., how the mortality probability affects the percentage of infected individuals?)
2.2. Explore your question by producing a few model runs (150 words or more, 15%)
Hint: Explore a few plots that show how the statistic evolves in time for a few values of the parameter. Make sure to focus on your question.
2.3 Perform a quantitative analysis by varying the parameter using BehaviorSpace while measuring your statistic. Describe all the steps of your analysis and any file you produced. It is recommended to produce plots(s) (150 words or more, 15%) Hint: You can produce a plot with the parameter on the x-axis and the statistics on the y-axis
2.4 Discuss your results with respect to your question. (200 words or more, 15%)
Submit:
a. A document with your answers (Word document or PDF. Do not use HTML files)
b The NetLogo model with BehaviorSpace settings
c. Any BehaviorSpace output produced (CSV files)
d. Any scriipt or spreadsheet file produced (e.g., R, Stata, SAS scriipts, or Excel file)
Course models: https://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/models/SimpleEconomy

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