Comparing Agent-Based Computational Simulation Models in Cross-Cultural Research

@inproceedings{CioffiRevilla2011ComparingAC,
  title={Comparing Agent-Based Computational Simulation Models in Cross-Cultural Research},
  author={Claudio Cioffi-Revilla},
  year={2011}
}
Mel Ember was co-Principal Investigator in the Mason-HRAF Joint Project on Eastern Africa, a multiyear project aimed at developing and analyzing advanced computational agent-based models of human societies across 10 countries and 12 ecosystems. A major unsolved challenge in this kind of social science research is to devise a systematic way to compare, contrast, and communicate different models of social dynamics along relevant dimensions and characteristics, given the inherent complexity of… CONTINUE READING
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