Simulation for the Social Scientist

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What can computer simulation contribute to the social sciences? Which of the many approaches to simulation would be best for my social science project? How do I design, carry out and analyse the resul...
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What can computer simulation contribute to the social sciences? Which of the many approaches to simulation would be best for my social science project? How do I design, carry out and analyse the results from a computer simulation? Interest in social simulation has been growing rapidly worldwide as a result of increasingly powerful hardware and software and also a rising interest in the application of ideas of complexity, evolution, adaptation and chaos in the social sciences. "Simulation for the Social Scientist" is a practical textbook on the techniques of building computer simulations to assist understanding of social and economic issues and problems. This authoritative book details all the common approaches to social simulation, to provide social scientists with an appreciation of the literature and allow those with some programming skills to create their own simulations.New for this edition are a new chapter on designing multi-agent systems, to support the fact that multi-agent modelling has become the most common approach to simulation, and new examples and guides to current software Updated throughout to take new approaches into account.
Uitgever McGraw-Hill Book Company
Druk 2
ISBN/EAN 9780335216000
Auteur Gilbert, Nigel Troitzsch, Klaus G.
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