|Lecture Title & Recommended Links to Slides||Recommended Screencasts (via youtube)||Video file for download (.avi)||Notes|
|Intro and Overview||Screencast||Video file|
|Brief Motivation for Dynamic Modeling||Screencast||Video file|
|AnyLogic Demonstration of Emergent Behavior||Screencast||Video file|
|Overview of Dynamic Modeling Process 1 (Scoping, Conceptualization, Problem Mapping)||Screencast||Video file|
|Overview of Dynamic Modeling Process 2 (Model Formulation & later)||Screencast||Video file|
|Lecture 5 -- Introduction to System Dynamics, Causal Loop Diagrams||Screencast||Video file|
|Lecture 6 -- Stock and Flows||Screencast||Video file|
|Lecture 7 -- Stocks and Flows 2 (First Order Delays)||Screencast||Video file|
|Higher order Delays, Competing Risks, and Nonlinear Models (slides not yet available)||Screencast||Video file|
|Aggregate (Stock and Flow) Infectious Disease Models 1||Screencast||Not yet available|
|Aggregate (Stock and Flow) Infectious Disease Models 2 -- Mathematics and Dynamics||Screencast||Video file|
|Infectious Disease Models 3, Formal Analysis||Screencast||Video file|
|Motivation for ABM||Screencast||Video file|
|Introduction to the AnyLogic Interface & Supporting Concepts by Building Up a Simple Model||Screencast||Video file|
|Specifying Agent Properties, Parameters & Heterogeneity||No screencast available -- see See this screencast from another of my classes||Not yet available|
|Discrete Intra-agent Dynamics, Statecharts||No specific recording available from this class -- see the first part of this Screencast||Not yet available|
|Discrete Inter-agent Dynamics, Sending & Receiving Messages||No specific recording available from this class -- it is folded into middle portions of this Screencast||Not yet available|
|Events, Static & Dynamic||No specific recording available from this class -- it is folded into latter portions of this Screencast||Not yet available|
|Dynamic Populations||No screencast available -- see See this screencast from another of my classes||Not yet available|
|Networks||Screencast||Not yet available|
|Scale-Free Networks||Screencast||Not yet available|
|Discrete Event Modeling, Irregular Geometries, and Understanding Patient Flow||Screencast||Not yet available|
|Achieving Visualization in Discrete Event Modeling No distinct slide deck -- see the later half of these slides||Screencast||Not yet available|
|Modeling for Dynamic Decision Problems (Combining Classical Decision Analysis and Simulation Modeling)||Screencast||Not yet available|
|Sensitivity Analyses||Only the tail end of the discussion of sensitivity analysis is avaialble at the beginning of this screencast||Not yet available|
|Calibration||Some initial discussion is available in this screencast, and this screencast offers more extensive treatment||Not yet available|
|Dimensional Analysis: Dimensional Reasoning and Dimensional Homogeneity Testing||Screencast||Not yet available|
|Lecture 28 -- Some Future Directions in Dynamic Modeling||Screencast||Not yet available|
Visitors interested in our example models are recommended to visit the example model inventory page, which documents and provides the opportunity to download example Anylogic models with a focus on health-sciences applications.
Materials on Agent-Based modeling for health policy using AnyLogic.
Materials from a previous full semester course on System Dynamics modeling for health policy using stock and flow models.
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