Agent-Based Models

@inproceedings{Gilbert2014AgentBasedM,
  title={Agent-Based Models},
  author={Nigel G. Gilbert and Klaus G. Troitzsch},
  booktitle={Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining},
  year={2014}
}
The technique is one of most successful techniques created to study human groups. However, its application faces several challenges, as any other research tool. This research line uses HPC to explore new ways to integrate this tool within the social sciences and humanities. This includes technical solutions, but also methodological advances beyond the needs of particular disciplines such as computer science or archaeology. This transdisciplinary effort allows us to develop formal models of… CONTINUE READING
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