Monthly Archives: August 2009

SD Conf. – VIII – Sterman et al – Climate Change modelling with C-ROADS

By | August 4, 2009

Notes from one of the closing plenaries at the 27th System Dynamics Conference:: Using C-ROADS to Support Analysis of International Climate Change Proposals by Andrew Jones, John Sterman, Thomas Fiddaman, Travis Franck, Elizabeth Sawin Following on nicely from the presentation by Moxnes, in this presentation John Sterman talked about climate change, modelling, and decision making.… Read More »

Pending upgrades

By | August 3, 2009

I’m going to be making design changes to my blog (the one at Meme Hazard) over the next few weeks. Apologies in advance for the mess and inevitable breakdowns. For those of you reading this syndicated on Facebook, LJ or elsewhere, this is probably irrelevant. Please go about your normal business :)

SD Conf. – VII – Moxnes – Do people follow advice w.r.t complex systems?

By | August 3, 2009

Notes from one of the closing plenaries at the 27th System Dynamics Conference: Are advice adhered to? “Populist” versus “activist” or “systems analyst” advice by Erling Moxnes Hypothetically, imagine you’re a reindeer herder. Weird, I know, but this research is from Norway. You’ve got, say, 1850 reindeer on your island. Reindeer eat lichen, which grows… Read More »

System Dynamics Conf. – VI – The Rest

By | August 2, 2009

This will be my last journal style post on the conference; I’ve got two detailed write-ups of the “Closing Challenges” presentations to post separately, and at some point, I’ve got some reflections on the conference as a whole, and in general on what one can get out of a conference, but they’ll wait till later.… Read More »