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Simulation & Gaming, October 2015

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The latest issue of Simulation & Gaming 46, 5 (October 2015) is now available. Much of the issue is devoted to using games to aid in “understanding complexity.”

Guest Editorial

Understanding Complexity: The Use of Simulation Games for Engineering Systems

  • Geertje Bekebrede, Julia Lo, and Heide Lukosch

Symposium Articles

Designing SNAKES AND LADDERS: An Analogy for Asset Management Strategy Development

  • Melinda Hodkiewicz

Model-Based Concept of Operations Development Using Gaming Simulation: Preliminary Findings

  • Peter Korfiatis, Robert Cloutier, and Teresa Zigh

Gaming and Simulation for Railway Innovation: A Case Study of the Dutch Railway System

  • Jop van den Hoogen and Sebastiaan Meijer

The Power of Sponges: Comparing High-Tech and Low-Tech Gaming for Innovation

  • Sebastiaan Meijer

Understanding Complex Systems Through Mental Models and Shared Experiences: A Case Study

  • Geertje Bekebrede, Julia Lo, and Heide Lukosch

Article

Transportation Modeling as a Didactic Tool: Human Settlement and Transport

  • Timo Ohnmacht, Widar von Arx, Norbert Schick, Philipp Wegelin, and Jonas Frölicher

Ready-to-use simulations

CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATION: A Corporate Social Responsibility Game

  • Shlomo Sher

PUZZLED? A Hierarchical-Group, Problem-Solving Simulation

  • Kathleen H. Wall and Sandra Morgan

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