Tools and techniques for social science simulation
Physica-Verlag, 2000 - Business & Economics - 387 pages
This book provides an overview of social science simulation as a tool for modelling & theory building. It is shown how simulation may be applied to the analysis of social & economic problems using techniques such as multi-agent simulation, cellular automata & multi-level modelling. Particular attention is paid to the sensitivity analysis of model parameters. The book also describes the architecture & user interfaces of several simulation tools. The book is based on an international conference that brought together social scientists & computer scientists engaged in a wide range of simulation approaches. It represents a report on the state of the art in social science simulation.
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Towards a Simulation Toolkit
Simulating the Role of Nonliniarity and Discreteness
Questions in the Methodology of Artificial Societies
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action adaptive agents algorithms application artificial societies assumptions Bedrock behaviour Berlin Castelfranchi cells cellular automata cluster Cognition complex component computer simulation continuing diversity correspondence-function decision defined described discrete distribution Doran environment equations evolution evolutionary game theory example Figure genetic algorithms Gilbert goals grid Hegselmann hybrid hypothesis implemented individual initial input interaction iteration Latane learning rules linear mathematical matrix means meta parameters methods Microsimulation migration multi-agent systems multilevel Modelling neediness classes neighbourhood neighbours neural networks Nowak opinion dynamics optimisation optimization output partnerships patterns payoff PECS Physis players population possible problem programming proposition H protocol rational actors reference model regression represented risk dominance sensitivity analysis Simulating Societies simulation models simulation run SMASS social sciences social simulation social systems specific Springer SPSS statistical strategy structure support game tion toolkit Troitzsch ubiquitous agreement units updating values variables