Simulating Social Phenomena
Rosaria Conte, Rainer Hegselmann, Pietro Terna
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Aug 19, 1997 - Business & Economics - 536 pages
In this book experts from quite different fields present simulations of social phenomena: economists, sociologists, political scientists, psychologists, cognitive scientists, organisational scientists, decision scientists, geographers, computer scientists, AI and AL scientists, mathematicians and statisticians. They simulate markets, organisations, economic dynamics, coalition formation, the emergence of cooperation and exchange, bargaining, decision making, learning, and adaptation. The history, problems, and perspectives of simulating social phenomena are explicitly discussed.
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