7 Computational Organization Theory

  title={7 Computational Organization Theory},
  author={Kathleen M. Carley and Les Gasser},
From the hospital, to the schoolroom, to the boardroom people nd that the actions they take aect and are aaected by v arious organizations, and the norms, procedures , culture, and members of those organizations. In order to navigate through an organizational world, agents (human and artiicial) need social and organizational intelligence. This organizational intelligence comprises many dimensions, including communication capabilities, knowledge about who knows what, knowledge about norms… CONTINUE READING
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