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Document 6512510
HOW TO BUILD A SIMULATION/GAME
{Proceedings
of the 10th ISAGA conference.
Leeuwarden, The Netherlands.
VOLUME II
Von d&r
UNIVERSFTATSBIBLIOTHEK
HANNOVER
TECHNiSCHE
INFORMATIONSBiBLIOTHEK
UB/TIB Hannover
Ubernommen
8 , 9 , 1 0 AND 11 AUGUST
International Simulation And Gaming Association
4.2
Dr. H.W. Tromp, Polemological Institute,
University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
Political attitudes and political behavior
in international arieie - a simulation
study of deoision-making.
4.3
309
Dr. H.A.J. Struyker-Boudier and ir. R. Kin,
Department of Pharmacology, University of
Limburg, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Computer simulation of the oardiovasoular
system: A research tool for the study of
the pathogenesis and therapy of high blood
pressure.
321
Volume II
Chapter 5: Simulation and Games in education and
training.
5.1
In the social sciences.
5.1.1 Dr. Cathy S. Greenblat, professor in the
Department of Sociology, Douglass College,
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ,
USA and dr. J.H. Gagnon, Departments of
Sociology and Psychology, State University
of New York at Stone Brook, USA.
Dr. Linda R. Rosen, C.S.G., Enterprises,
EaBt Brunswick, NJ, USA.
Designing VOMP and CIRCUMSTANCE: A case
study.
5.2
In technical and management training.
14
5.2.1 Dr. C. Brand, Lecturer in Business
Organisation, Management Centre, Brighton
Polytechnic, U.K.
Approaches and problems in the design of
complex portable games for management
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training.
5.2.2 Professor ir. J.G. Balkestein, ing. F.L.
Langemeijer, ir. J.H. Morreau, mr. P.J.J.
Renders, Industrial Mechanisation and
Mechanism Section, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.
Business simulation games in the training
of mechanical engineers at the Eindhoven
43
University of Technology.
5.2.3 Ing. I. Spilker, Department of Industrial
Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.
Designing and programming a management game
for industrial
89
engineering.
5.2.4 Drs. W.J.J. Laseur and drs. R.H.C. van
Oosten, School for Organization and
Management (Interfaculteit Bedrijfskunde),
University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
The management game at the School for
Organization and Management
Bedrijfskunde),
(Interfaoulteit
University of Groningen,
The Netherlands.
5.2.5 Ir. C.J. Vriesman, Policy analysis Department, Delta Department (System Management
Division), Rijkswaterstaat, Den Haag, The
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Netherlands.
Decision making for getting work in the
construction industry.
133
5.2.6 Ir. C.J. Vriesman and Mr. J. van der Spek,
Policy Analysis Department, Delta Department (System Management Division), Rijkswaterstaat, The Hague, The Netherlands.
Decision making for oontrolling a storm-
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surge-barrier.
5.3
In medical training.
5.3.1 Drs. J.H.G. Gerritsma and drs. J.A. Smal,
Department of Medical Education Research
and development, University of Utrecht,
The Netherlands.
Realism and adult education: an analysis
of the oonsequenoee of two design approaches
for simulation in continuing medical
education.
167
5.3.2 Ir. R. Min and dr. H.A.J. Struyker-Boudier,
Medical Department University of Limburg,
Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Computer simulation in problem oriented
186
medical learning.
5.3.3 Drs. Ch. Phaff, Skills Laboratory, Faculty
of Medicine, University of Limburg,
Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Simulated patients in the Medical Faculty
197
of Maastricht.
10
5.4
In urban planning.
5.4.1 Dr. H. Law-Yone, Faculty of Architecture
and Town Planning, Technion, Haifa, IsraSl.
Some problem dimensions of urban game
212
design.
5.4.2 Dr. Colin J.B. Wood, Department of Geography,
University of Victoria, British Columbia,
Canada.
The Saanich land use game: Abstract and
223
reality.
5.'
In science education.
5.5.1 Dr. E. Addinall, dr. H.I. Ellington, mr.
F. Percival and mr. M.E. Smythe, Robert
Gordon's Institute of Technology, Aberdeen,
, i
Scotland.
Designing science-based simulation games -
233
a cyatems approach.
5.S.2 Drs. G. Aupers, Polemological Institute,
University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
Calamix.
5.(>
242
In language teaching.
5.(>.1 Mr. John P. Lonergan BA MEd FRSA, Padagogische Arbeitsstelle des Deutschen Volkshochshulverbandes, Frankfurt am Main, BRD.
Using role playo with adult beginners in
foreign language classes.
11
249
5.7
In art education.
5.7.1 Mrs. Beverly Richards A'Court, Kingston
Polytechnic, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey,
United Kingdom.
Art arena games: education through art.
258
Chapter 6: Simulation/Gaming and policy-making.
6.1
Dr. W. Thomas Nichols, International Studies
Institute, Department of Political Science,
Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa.,
USA.
Bow to simulate a political
process,
national or international. A contrast
between making your own simulation and
278
using a published one.
6.2
Mr. Robert C. NoeT, POLIS Laboratory,
University of California, Santa Barbara,
USA.
The POLIS methodology for distributed
politioal gaming via computer
6.3
networks.
295
Mr. S. Kadivar, Ph.D., Isfahan University
of Technology, Isfahan, Iran.
Applications of SIR WALRUS - A policy
decision game with a list of future researoh
309
topics.
6.4
Drs. L. de Boer, Pcgd organization development group, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands,
drs. E.J. Ritzema van Eck, School for Organization and Management
12
(Interfaculteit
Bedrijfskunde), University of Groningen,
The Netherlands.
A participation procedure for a building
projeot of a Pogd-offioe at leeuvarden.
6.5
Mr. F.P. Gout and mr. T. Janusch.
What kind of game should be built?
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