This book gives an overview of the state of the art in five different approaches to social science simulation on the individual level. The volume contains microanalytical simulation models designed for policy implementation and evaluation, multilevel simulation methods designed for detecting emergent phenomena, dynamical game theory applications, the use of cellular automata to explain the emergence of structure in social systems, and multi-agent models using the experience from distributed artificial intelligence applied to special phenomena. The book collects the results of an international conference which brought together social scientists and computer scientists both engaged in a wide range of simulation approaches for the first time.In the class data, this condition is satisfied when group members all have different answers to a given quiz question. Likewise, the numerator simply is the number of uniquely different pairs of answers that can be formed from the actualanbsp;...
|Title||:||Social Science Microsimulation|
|Author||:||Klaus G. Troitzsch|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1996-09-17|