Simulating I-Space ( SIS ) : An Agent-based Approach to Modeling Knowledge Flows

@inproceedings{Boisot2003SimulatingI,
  title={Simulating I-Space ( SIS ) : An Agent-based Approach to Modeling Knowledge Flows},
  author={Max Boisot and Sol C. Snider},
  year={2003}
}
ion, by treating things that are different as if they were the same (Dretske, 1981), reduces the number of categories that we need to draw upon in order to apprehend a phenomenon. When two categories exhibit a high degree of association – ie, they are highly correlated – one can stand in lieu of the other. The fewer the categories that we need to draw upon to make sense of phenomena, the more abstract our experience of them. 3 The way that we measure codification bears more than a passing… CONTINUE READING
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