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Integration of viability models in a serious game for the management of protected areas

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Participatory management is considered to be a very important challenge, in particular for the management of renewable resources and biodiversity conservation. In the framework of computer support for participatory management of protected areas, we present in this paper a component of a serious game, devoted to the viability study of the decision proposed by the stakeholders. Mathematical viability theory allows to identify the policies that can retain or restore desirable properties of a dynamical system. The objective of the viability expert is to provide the players with information about the efficiency of management policy. In this paper we present briefly the SimParc project, and we introduce the concepts of the mathematical viability theory. We then describe the viability expert agent architecture and possibility of use, in particular the fact that negotiation focuses on constraints rather than on the management decision itself. We also present the type of information given by the expert agent. In particular the fact that negotiation focuses on constraints rather than on the management decision itself.
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hal-00781907 , version 1 (28-01-2013)

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Wei Wei, Isabelle Alvarez, Sophie Martin, Jean-Pierre Briot, Marta de Azevedo Irving, et al.. Integration of viability models in a serious game for the management of protected areas. IADIS International Conference Intelligent Systems and Agents 2012 and IADIS European Conference Data Mining 2012, MCCSIS 2012, Jul 2012, Lisbonne, Portugal. pp.55-62. ⟨hal-00781907⟩
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