Simulation Daily Mobility in Rabat Region Using Multi-Agent Systems Models


  • Khalid Qbouche LRIT associated unit to CNRST (URAC∘29), Faculty of Science, Mohammed V University in Rabat, 4Av.Ibn Battouta B.P. 1014 RP, 10006 Rabat, Morocco
  • Khadija Rhoulami DESTEC, FLSHR Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco



Markov Chain Model, Bayesian Belief Networks, Gama Platform, Multi-Agent System, Daily Mobility


Due to the rapid urbanization of the world, the issue of daily movement has become an important topic. It examines the daily movements of people and analyzes the behavior of individuals. This system is closely related to the urban area, especially traffic. This work will provide a mixed model of daily mobility and a person’s shifting condition. Bottom-up techniques, such as Markov Chain and Multi-agent Systems, allow the creation of individual or group displacements. Bayesian Belief Network combined with Markov Chain allow for designing and managing individual behavior displacements.


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Author Biographies

Khalid Qbouche, LRIT associated unit to CNRST (URAC∘29), Faculty of Science, Mohammed V University in Rabat, 4Av.Ibn Battouta B.P. 1014 RP, 10006 Rabat, Morocco

Khalid Qbouche obtained the bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from the faculty of sciences of Rabat in the kingdom of Morocco, the Mohamed V University of Rabat in 2015, and also obtained a master’s degree in computer science, option Computer Science and Telecommunications Multimedia Content at the Faculty of Sciences of Rabat in 2018. Currently, i am a doctoral student at the Faculty of Sciences of Rabat in a research laboratory in computer science and telecommunications.

Khadija Rhoulami, DESTEC, FLSHR Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco

Khadija Rhoulami Professor of computer science, Mohammed V University, Faculty of Letters. I am a member of the laboratory of computer science and telecommunications research, which belongs to the Faculty of Sciences of Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco. I have several scientific publications in the field of computer systems


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