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Agent-Based Evolutionary Game Dynamics (IN PROGRESS) book cover

Agent-Based Evolutionary Game Dynamics (IN PROGRESS)

CC BY (Attribution)   English (United States)

Author(s): Luis R. Izquierdo, Segismundo S. Izquierdo, William H. Sandholm

Subject(s): Game theory, Probability and statistics, Mathematical modelling, Stochastics, Evolution, Computer programming / software engineering, Object-oriented programming (OOP), Computer modelling and simulation

Last updated: 18/05/2024

This book is a guide to implement and analyze simple agent-based evolutionary models using NetLogo.

All the models we implement are agent-based, i.e. individual agents and their interactions are explicitly represented in the models. To formalise agents’ interactions we use the basic framework of Evolutionary Game Theory.

NetLogo is a multi-agent programmable modeling environment used by hundreds of thousands of students, teachers and researchers all around the globe. No coding experience is necessary to fully understand the contents of this book.

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Resources for Self-Instructional Learners of Less Commonly Taught Languages

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  243 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): University of Wisconsin-Madison Students in African 671

Editor(s): Katrina Daly Thompson, Adeola Agoke

Subject(s): Language acquisition

Institution(s): University of Wisconsin-Madison

Last updated: 05/05/2024

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KINES 531: Neural Control of Movement

CC BY (Attribution)   English

Author(s): Peter L.E. van Kan

Last updated: 22/04/2024

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Mazoezi ya Rosa Mistika

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  93 H5P Activities    Swahili

Author(s): Magdalena Hauner

Editor(s): Katrina Daly Thompson

Subject(s): Language learning: grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation

Last updated: 17/04/2024

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Mind & Motion Anatomy

All Rights Reserved  172 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Meghan Cotter, PhD, Elise Davis, PhD, Karen Krabbenhoft, PhD, Sarah Traynor, PhD

Last updated: 15/04/2024

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Chem 103/104 Resource Book

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)   English

Author(s): Chem 103 Textbook Team, Chem 104 Textbook Team

Last updated: 11/04/2024

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Undissertating

CC BY-NC-ND (Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivatives)  12 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Naomi Salmon

Subject(s): The Arts

Last updated: 13/03/2024

This dissertation turns to Open Pedagogy and Critical Information Studies as lenses through which to understand Victorian fiction’s role in 21st-century educational dialogues. Although pedagogy is often left out of research monographs, there is an increasing push for scholars to integrate the work we do as educators with our subject-specific research. Indeed, there is a substantial overlap between questions that media studies scholars are asking about nineteenth-century print culture and emerging discussions about how we teach. My dissertation highlights these connections as one way of applying a novel perspective to literary studies scholarship. In alignment with broader efforts to reimagine the dissertation genre, I embrace this project as an opportunity for critical praxis. Instead of comprising a proto-monograph, I construct a pair of public-facing resources that intervene in contemporary modes of teaching Victorian studies. The first project component is a series of essays that I refer to as the “UnDissertation.” This text explores principles that researchers, educators, and students (broadly defined) might use to interrogate and resist systemic forces of exclusion in academic writing. In opening sections, I explore how the study of nineteenth-century periodical literature intersects with new digital infrastructures and contemporary legal systems. Print culture from this time is largely in public domain, enabling a freedom of access and reuse that could, in theory, increase opportunities to participate in the field of Victorian Studies. In practice, I argue, evolving interpretations of intellectual property law combine with broader trends toward digitally-restricted content in ways that compromise public domain rights and fair use principles. I argue that people studying nineteenth-century texts are uniquely well-positioned to understand how these changing infrastructures can promote or impede academic inclusion. The second resource in this project, [The Woman In White: Grangerized], is an open, participatory volume edition of a nineteenth-century serial novel as it was published in its original periodical format. This resource incorporates SoTL-informed student engagement strategies for engaging with literary texts. Its supplemental essays and its integration of open-source platforms and unrestricted public domain materials reflect my ongoing efforts to put the principles I explore in my “UnDissertation” into practice.

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English 100 Course Readings

CC BY-NC-ND (Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivatives)   English

Author(s): UW-Madison English 100 Program

Publisher: UW-Madison English 100 Program

Last updated: 10/03/2024

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Materials for Yoruba Learners

All Rights Reserved  38 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): kdthomp3

Last updated: 13/02/2024

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Human Anatomy Lab Manual

CC BY (Attribution)  54 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Julie Stamm, PhD, LAT, ATC, Patrick Hills-Meyer, EdD, LAT, ATC, CSCS

Subject(s): Anatomy

Last updated: 05/02/2024