Using AnyLogic Multimethod Simulation Software Seminar
- Thursday, January 12, 2017 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm
- Animal Biosciences Building - view map
Dr. Thomas Bass, Livestock Environment Extension Specialist in the Department of Animal and Range Sciences, will be hosting an AnyLogic Seminar and a proposed follow-up study group for those interested in a AnyLogic self-study and peer-to-peer tutoring over the semester.
Summary: With potential livestock disease transmission through pork industry supply chain nodes as a case study, AnyLogic software will be introduced as a tool for simulating socialecological systems, supply chains, and animal and public health scenarios. AnyLogic brings together System Dynamics, Process-centric (Discrete Event), and Agent Based methods within one modeling language and development environment.