Real-Scale Social Simulation
Real-Scale Social Simulation (RSSS) aims to simulate a virtualized real society which is developed in a cyber space as a digital-twin. We develop techniques to realize RSSSs using Large-Scale Computer Systems and to synthesize "Synthetic Societal Data" that consists of synthetic population with households information and basic activity data. Furthermore we develop a platform for RSSS such as human decision-making model, activity model, data-mining techniques from massive simulation results, and communication techniques to install acquired scenarios to real communities.
- 1997 Ph. D in Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University (Two-years Skipped)
- 1997 Research Associate, Faculty of Engineering, Ashikaga Institute of Technology
- 1998 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Ashikaga Institute of Technology
- 2001 Associate Professor, Faculty of Informatics, Kansai University
- 2005 Director, Grid Computing Laboratory, Kansai University
- 2008 Professor, Faculty of Informatics, Kansai University
- 2010 Visiting Researcher, University of Chicago, USA
- 2020 Visiting Professor, The Open University of Japan
- 2023 Professor, Cybermedia Center, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University
- E-mail ： tadahiko.murata.cmc@
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