Department of Computational Social Science Seminar Abstract

Friday, April 20, 3:00 p.m.
Center for Social Complexity Suite
Third Floor, Research Hall

The Infrastructure for Complex-systems Engineering (ICE)

Matthew Koehler
CSS PhD Student
George Mason University

Over the past few years MITRE has created the Infrastructure for Complex-systems Engineering (ICE). It is comprised of a set of hardware and software components integrated into an infrastructure to build, run, and analyze simulations of complex systems. It is flexible and modular and, therefore, can be used at the level of resolution most appropriate for the problem at hand. This presentation will discuss the ICE at a high level and review a few examples of its use.