This paper proposes a modeling approach to represent the complex reality of current mass migrations. In this case the demographics and generic statistics are used as input data, while human behavior models are used to represent the phenomena as well as the interactions among the different key factors. The development of the envisaged conceptual model addresses the migration flows between Africa and Europe in order to conduct verification and validation, and focuses on a specific case inspired by the recent agreement between European Union (E.U.) and Nigeria.

MODELING WITHIN A SYNTHETIC ENVIRONMENT THE COMPLEX REALITY OF MASS MIGRATION

Agostino G. Bruzzone;Marina Massei;Paolo Di Bella;
2017

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This paper proposes a modeling approach to represent the complex reality of current mass migrations. In this case the demographics and generic statistics are used as input data, while human behavior models are used to represent the phenomena as well as the interactions among the different key factors. The development of the envisaged conceptual model addresses the migration flows between Africa and Europe in order to conduct verification and validation, and focuses on a specific case inspired by the recent agreement between European Union (E.U.) and Nigeria.
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