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The philosophy of computational social science

@inproceedings{Anzola2015ThePO,
  title={The philosophy of computational social science},
  author={D. Anzola},
  year={2015}
}
The thesis is a collection of six stand-alone chapters aimed at setting the foundations for the philosophy of computational social science. Agent-based modelling has been used for social research since the nineties. While at the beginning it was simply conceived as a methodological alternative, recently, the notion of ‘computational social science’ has started to be used to denote a separate disciplinary field. There are important differences with mainstream social science and traditional… Expand
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