Author S. Plakolb
Simon Plakolb is a PhD candidate at the Systems Science group of the University of Graz. His primary research interests are the simulation of complex, social systems, using parallel computing, agent-based modeling, and artificial intelligence. As a boundary object for his investigations, he mostly uses traffic-related topics ranging from meso- to microscopically detailed models. His research touches the boundary in between computer science and social simulation, where implementation details on parallel hardware are as much of an issue as providing policy-relevant results. Homepage:

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Hornischer H., Plakolb S., Jäger G. & Füllsack M. (2020) Authors’ Response: FSX Models and Their Building Blocks. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 066–068. Fulltext at
Hornischer H., Plakolb S., Jäger G. & Füllsack M. (2020) Foresight Rather than Hindsight? Future State Maximization As a Computational Interpretation of Heinz von Foerster’s Ethical Imperative. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 036–049. Fulltext at
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