Modelling social systems as complex: Towards a social simulation meta-model

@article{Goldspink2000ModellingSS,
  title={Modelling social systems as complex: Towards a social simulation meta-model},
  author={Chris Goldspink},
  journal={J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation},
  year={2000},
  volume={3}
}
  • Chris Goldspink
  • Published in J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2000
There is growing interest in extending complex systems approaches to the social sciences. This is apparent in the increasingly widespread literature and journals that deal with the topic and is being facilitated by adoption of multi-agent simulation in research. Much of this research uses simple agents to explore limited aspects of social behaviour. Incorporation of higher order capabilities such as cognition into agents has proven problematic. Influenced by AI approaches, where cognitive… CONTINUE READING

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