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Simulating Society: A Mathematica Toolkit for Modeling Socioeconomic Behavior
Simulating Society: A Mathematica Toolkit for Modeling Socioeconomic Behavior
by Richard J. Gaylord, Lou D'Andria
  • Publisher: TELOS/Springer-Verlag
  • Year: 1998
  • ISBN: 0387985328 (Paperback)
  • 218 pp
Description
Shows how to use Mathematica to create agent-based computer models of complex human interactions. Provides a methodology for simulation studies of a wide spectrum of socioecoonomic phenomena. Contents
Modeling a Society of Interacting Mobile, Heterogeneous Individuals | Transmitting Culture | Deciding Whether to Interact | Choosing How to Behave | Grouping and Conforming | Social Networking and Moving to Far-flung Locations | Appendices Related Topics
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