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Nick Malleson Dr Nick Malleson

Contact details

Room Manton 10.114
School of Geography
University of Leeds
University Road
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
n.s.malleson

Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 34 35248

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Research overview

For up-to-date information about my research, see:

Presentations

  • Microscopic simulations of complex metropolitan dynamics. ComplexCity workshop, 5th-6th December, Amsterdam. Paper available here.
  • Agent-Based Modelling of UK Crime. WUN Global GIS Academy Virtual Seminar, 11th November 2009. Presentation [PDF].
  • Using Simulation to Predict Prospective Burglary Rates in Leeds and Vancouver Paper presented at the 7th National Crime Mapping Conference, Manchester, UK, 7th-8th May 2009. Download presentation [PDF] or abstract [PDF]
  • Improving Burglary Reduction Initiatives through a Realistic Agent-Based Model. Paper presented at the British Society of Criminology Conference, University of Huddersfield, UK, 9-11 June 2008. [PDF]
  • Realistic Crime Simulation: Predicting crime rates through a sound model of offender behaviour coupled with an accurate virtual environment. Paper presented at the NCeSS Fourth International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester, UK, 18-20 June 2008. Download Presentation: [PDF]
  • Human Behaviour in an Agent-Based Model of Burglary. Paper presented at GeoComputation 2007, 3-5 Setember, NUI Maynooth, Ireland.
  • An Agent-Based Model of Crime in Leeds. Paper presented at the RGS-IBG International Conference 2007, 29-31 August 2007.
  • Human Behaviour in an Agent-Based Model of Burglary. Paper presented at Environment 2007, University of Leeds, 2nd July 2007.
  • Agent-Based Modelling and Burglary in Leeds. Paper presented at the AAG 2007 Anual Meeting, 17-21 April 2007, San Francisco.
  • Agent-Based Modelling and Burglary in Leeds. Paper presented at the 4th Lake Arrowhead Conference on Human Complex Systems, 25-29 April 2007, Lake Arrowhead, Los Angeles.

Organised / chaired sessions

  • Enhancing Complex Social Simulations with Automata Systems. The Royal Geographical Society with IBG Annual Internation Conference. Manchester, 2009.
  • Enhancing Complex Social Simulations with Automata Systems. The Royal Geographical Society with IBG Annual Internation Conference. London, 2008.

Other publications / information

  • The Burglary simulation model was the subject of a recent article in Scientific Computing World magazine. Available here.

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