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Behavioural Modelling: Frameworks and Methods

 
         
  Ref. 501  
  Dr Martin Kunc
  28 March 2018, Birmingham
  £565 + VAT Members
  £615 + VAT Non-members
  Hands-on course
         

 

   
   Foundation NA
   Descriptive
   Predictive
   Prescriptive
 

Behavioural modelling has become more important in recent years since human behaviour is a key component in most systems modelled. The course provides an overview of the methods and framework to be employed in representing behaviour in models.

By attending this course, you will:

  • benefit from an overview of the state-of-the-art in behavioural O.R.
  • learn methods for including behaviour in models
  • gain frameworks to represent behaviour with models
  • examine case studies on the use of behavioural methods in models
  • look at how heuristics and biases affect behavioural models.

Delegates will receive a copy of the latest book “Behavioral Operational Research: Theory, Methodology and Practice” edited by M Kunc, J. Malpass and L White and published by Palgrave in 2016.

If you are interested in further information, have any requirements (e.g. an alternative course date), or have difficulty booking a course online then please contact Jennie Phelps. It is recommended that courses are booked online. If this is not possible, then please print off, fill and fax or post the Training Course Booking Form.

 
Jennie Phelps   Address:  The OR Society, Seymour House, 12 Edward Street, Birmingham, B1 2RX, UK
  Tel: +44 (0)121 233 9300
  Fax: +44 (0)121 233 0321
  Email: jennie.phelps@theorsociety.com