Igor Nikolic
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Agent-based modelling of socio-technical systems
KH DAM, I NIKOLIC, Z LUKSZO
Recherche 67, 02, 2012
318*2012
Dematerialization: not just a matter of weight
E Van der Voet, L van Oers, I Nikolic
Journal of industrial ecology 8 (4), 121-137, 2004
1712004
Integration of life cycle assessment into agent‐based modeling: Toward informed decisions on evolving infrastructure systems
C Davis, I Nikolić, GPJ Dijkema
Journal of Industrial Ecology 13 (2), 306-325, 2009
1042009
Inverse Infrastructures: Disrupting networks from below
TM Egyedi, DC Mehos
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012
972012
Co-Evolutionary method for modelling large scale socio-technical systems evolution
I Nikolic
NGInfra/TU Delft, 2009
872009
Industrial Ecology 2.0
C Davis, I Nikolic, GPJ Dijkema
Journal of Industrial Ecology 14 (5), 707-726, 2010
752010
Modeling metal flow systems: Agents vs. equations
LA Bollinger, C Davis, I Nikolić, GPJ Dijkema
Journal of Industrial Ecology 16 (2), 176-190, 2012
512012
An agent-based model of flood risk and insurance
J Dubbelboer, I Nikolic, K Jenkins, J Hall
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 20 (1), 2017
462017
A method for developing agent-based models of socio-technical systems
I Nikolic, A Ghorbani
2011 international conference on networking, sensing and control, 44-49, 2011
432011
Critical infrastructures: a review from a complex adaptive systems perspective
TE Van der Lei, G Bekebrede, I Nikolic
International Journal of Critical Infrastructures 6 (4), 380-401, 2010
392010
On the development of agent-based models for infrastructure evolution
I Nikolic, GPJ Dijkema
International Journal of Critical Infrastructures 6 (2), 148-167, 2010
392010
Understanding and shaping the evolution of sustainable large-scale socio-technical systems
I Nikolic, GPJ Dijkema, KH van Dam
The dynamics of regions and networks in industrial ecosystems 156, 2009
382009
Dematerialisation: not just a matter of weight
E Voet, L Oers, I Nikolic
CML, Leiden, 2003
342003
A coupled flood-agent-institution modelling (CLAIM) framework for urban flood risk management.
YA Abebe, A Ghorbani, I Nikolic, Z Vojinovic, A Sanchez
Environ. Model. Softw. 111, 483-492, 2019
292019
Investment in the future electricity system-An agent-based modelling approach
O Kraan, GJ Kramer, I Nikolic
Energy 151, 569-580, 2018
262018
Enhancing recycling of construction materials: An agent based model with empirically based decision parameters
C Knoeri, I Nikolic, HJ Althaus, CR Binder
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 17 (3), 2014
262014
Behaviour change in post-consumer recycling: Applying agent-based modelling in social experiment
X Tong, I Nikolic, B Dijkhuizen, M van den Hoven, M Minderhoud, ...
Journal of cleaner production 187, 1006-1013, 2018
252018
Modeling with stakeholders for transformative change
A Van Bruggen, I Nikolic, J Kwakkel
Sustainability 11 (3), 825, 2019
242019
How radical is a radical innovation? An outline for a computational approach
J Kasmire, JM Korhonen, I Nikolic
Energy Procedia 20, 346-353, 2012
242012
The dynamics of regions and networks in industrial ecosystems
M Ruth, B Davidsdottir
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009
242009
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