Promoting Collaboration among Stakeholders in Citarum River Basin Problem

Utomo Sarjono Putro, Dhanan Sarwo Utomo, Pri Hermawan

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Abstract

This research aims to develop an agent-based simulation model of the dynamic of negotiation based on interaction among autonomous agents, who have different interests and act based on their emotion. Agents in this model are equipped with emotion and ability to learn, and negotiate each other based on drama theory framework. To illustrate the simulation model, an environmental conflict case in Citarum river basin is discussed in this paper. Qualitative study is used to gather information regarding the agent‘s historical options, positions and preferences. Based on the qualitative study result, the historical dynamics of common reference frame in the real world is obtained. The simulation model is then tested and validated by comparing with historical dynamics of the real conflict in Citarum river basin. Using this simulation, it is possible to describe possible outcomes of the conflict evolution and suggest policy in order to reduce dilemmas and encourage collaboration among agents in the real world.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceeding of Industrial Engineering and Service Science 2011
Pages49-54
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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