- Juste Raimbault, Romain Reuillon (UPS CNRS 3611 Complex System Institute Paris Ile-de-France),
- Franck Varenne (University of Rouen, ERIAC and UMR CNRS 8590 IHPST)
This satellite session focuses on methods to explore, validate and calibrate simulation models, and on epistemological evolutions going along with these new practices. It aims at extending the discussions introduced at CCS2018 in the previous satellite on the exploration of simulation models. This previous session presented the OpenMOLE platform and interrogated the use of high performance computing together with optimization heuristics such as evolutionary computation for the calibration and validation of simulation models. This second session will ask similar questions but (i) aiming at a higher disciplinarity, possibly including disciplines in which simulation is not a mainstream practice either because of the diﬃculty to quantify such as in archeology, or because of a stronger conﬁdence given to other methods such as analytical resolution in economics; (ii) aiming at a higher epistemological component in the discussion, to reﬂexively investigate how simulation and high performance computing can transform a discipline and what are the conditions for acceptably validating knowledge in that context.
Satellite webpage: https://iscpif.fr/ccs-satelllite-session-2019-new-methods/
Main conference webpage: http://event.ntu.edu.sg/ccs2019/Pages/Home.aspx
CALL FOR PAPERS
Contributions are open to any research developing new methods, practices, theories and epistemologies related to models of simulation. No discipline is privileged as the debates are aimed at being interdisciplinary. Methodological contributions are as much welcomed as contributions in epistemology or history of science.
Abstract submission (max 500 words) is open on easychair until 30th June at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=simexplo2019”