Catherine Dibble is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Maryland College Park. She has decades of experience and training in evolutionary systems and scientific method, formal economic theory and game theory, computer science, theoretical geography, and especially computational laboratories. She has been working professionally with simulation models of many types since 1980, with genetic algorithms since 1993, and with agent-based simulations since 1995. Dr. Dibble teaches advanced PhD seminars in Computational Laboratories and leads an active Computational Laboratory research group at the University of Maryland.
Department of Geography
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
Philip G. Feldman has been involved in software and simulation since the late 1970's. His extensive experience in computer graphics includes contributions to the motion picture Predator, and numerous commercials. His simulation experience includes the first embedded tank trainer; the first agent-based simulations for the United States Post Office; the first commercial simulations of medical procedures; and numerous simulations of military systems. Most recently, he is co-founder and CTO of Powergrid Fitness, and author of the GeoGraphs port from Swarm to RePast, which extends the capabilities of GeoGraph networks to incorporate Java, XML, GIS formats, and 3D graphics.
205 Newburg Ave
Catonsville, MD 21228
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