• Computer Science
  • Published 2011

Agent Based Modeling with Applications to Social Computing

@inproceedings{DodigCrnkovic2011AgentBM,
  title={Agent Based Modeling with Applications to Social Computing},
  author={Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic},
  year={2011}
}
1. Extended Abstract Even though computers were invented primarily to automatize calculations, already Licklider and Taylor (1968) emphasized the importance of the computer as a communication device, with consequent shared knowledge and community-building. There are two different approaches to social computing, (Wang et al. 2007), one with the strong emphasis on technological, computing side and the other centered on human, social aspect. Present analysis will be focusing the first kind of… CONTINUE READING

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