Modelling complex systems by integration of agent-based and dynamical systems methods
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InMinai, A.; Braha, D.; Bar-Yam, Y. (ed.), Unifying Themes in Complex Systems: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Complex Systems, pp. 42-49
Sixth International Conference on Complex Systems
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Minai, A.; Braha, D.; Bar-Yam, Y. (ed.), Unifying Themes in Complex Systems: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Complex Systems
SubjectCommunication and Media
Existing models for complex systems are often based on quantitative, numerical methods such as Dynamical Systems Theory (DST) [Port and Gelder 1995]. Such approaches often use numerical variables to describe global aspects and specify how they affect each other over time. An advantage of such approaches is that numerical approximation methods and software are available for simulation.
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