SINGUL 2.0 : les équations et les programmes
AbstractSINGUL is a imperfect competition market (without any auctioneer process) price and quantity calculation model. Its algorithm is analogical because it is built from the most realistic (as possible) behavior of the agents of a market. Our model simulates the meeting between the agents. Each agent is able to meet a limited number of other agents, and doesn't know the whole information about his market. He is able, in a price interval, to negotiate prices to make them increase or decrease (resp.) if he sells or buys (resp.) the good. Speculation is useless in this market. SINGUL replace the model MEREDIT not completely implemented.
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Date of creation: 2004
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Market ; Modelling ; Micro-simulation ; Coordination ; Negotiation ; Software ; Computational Economics;
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