Agent-Based Models (Part 8)

Last time I presented a class of agent-based models where agents hop around a graph in a stochastic way. Each vertex of the graph is some ‘state’ agents can be in, and each edge is called a ‘transition’. In these models, the probability per time of an agent making a transition and leaving some state can depend on when it arrived at that state. It can also depend on which agents are in other states that are ‘linked’ to that edge—and when those agents arrived.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at