An exploration of the implications of developments in artificial intelligence for social scientific research, which builds on the theoretical and methodological insights provided by "Simulating societies".; This book is intended for worldwide library market for social science subjects such as sociology, political science, geography, archaeology/anthropology, and significant appeal within computer science, particularly artificial intelligence. Also personal reference for researchers.

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Part I The simulation of social theories

chapter 2|18 pages

A model of the emergence of new political actors

ByRobert Axelrod
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chapter 4|24 pages

Emergence of kinship structures: a multi-agent approach

ByJean Pierre Treuil
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chapter 6|20 pages

The EOS project: integrating two models of Palaeolithic social change

ByJim Doran, Mike Palmer
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Part II The evolution and emergence of societies

chapter 8|10 pages

Emergence in social simulation

ByNigel Gilbert
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chapter 9|28 pages

How to invent a lexicon: the development of shared symbols in interaction

ByEdwin Hutchins, Brian Hazlehurst
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Part III The foundations of social simulation

chapter 13|14 pages

Understanding the functions of norms in social groups through simulation

ByRosaria Conte, Cristiano Castelfranchi
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chapter 14|13 pages

A logical approach to simulating societies

ByMichael Fisher, Michael Wooldridge
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