Dynamics in Human and Primate Societies Agent-based Modeling of Social and Spatial Processes
- Book Description: "As part of the SFI series, this book presents the most up-to-date research in the study of human and primate societies, presenting recent advances in software and algorithms for modeling societies. It also addresses case studies that have applied agent-based modeling approaches in archaeology, cultural anthropology, primatology, and sociology. Many things set this book apart from any other on modeling in the social sciences, including the emphasis on small-scale societies and the attempts to maximize realism in the modeling efforts applied to social problems and questions. It is an ideal book for professionals in archaeology or cultural anthropology as well as a valuable tool for those studying primatology or computer science."
- T. A. Kohler
- Agent-Based Modeling, Emergence, Cooperation, Social Science, Social Systems, Fractals
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