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  • Utilizing Real-World Data and Multimethod Modeling to Battle Food Insecurity
    Issues such as whether households get enough food, how it is distributed within the household and whether that food fulfils the nutrition needs of all members of the household is an ongoing problem in developing countries. An International Civil Agency employed a Major Consulting Firm to analyze food insecurity in developing countries and cultivate a system that enables an economy to prepare for and halt possible food insecurity.
  • An Agent-Based Explanation for SPMI Living Situation Changes
    Over the past 60 years, the number of Severely and Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI) patients in the US living in the community increased. Yet a growing minority of people with severe illness are worse off because they are homeless or incarcerated. In this case study, IBM Global Research and Otsuka Pharmaceuticals used an agent-based approach to model these remarkable swings.
  • Simulating Bicycle Sharing System with the Help of AnyLogic System Dynamic Modeling
    Sustainable bicycle transportation systems have generated broad expectations and have recently attracted focus in the scope of urban planning by alleviating traffic congestion and reducing noise and air pollution. Such bike sharing systems are easy-to-use and generally promoted by the public administration, operating by advertisement companies, transportation operators and, and public organizations.
  • AnyLogicは、ロシアの経済成長をシミュレートします
    モスクワ州立大学のスーパーコンピュータ "Lomonosov"は、今後50年の間ロシアの社会と経済成長を予測しました。その評価は、ロシアの当局筋から得られたデータを利用して、AnyLogicを用いてモデル化されました。
  • ロシア経済におけるヒューマンリソース需要予測
    中央および東ヨーロッパでも有数のIBSグループ ソフトウェア 開発部門は、ロシア教育・科学省による“ロシア経済における スキルがある専門家の需要を予測する解析システム ”(Analytical System for Forecasting the Demand in Skilled Professionals in Russia’s Economy)開発のプロ ジェクトに従事しました。