Item description for Socionics: Scalability of Complex Social Systems (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Klaus Fischer...
This book includes contributions from an interdisciplinary field of research we call Socionics. Based on a close cooperation between sociologists and researchers from distributed artificial intelligence and multiagent systems, Socionics deals with the exploration of the emergence and dynamics of artificial social systems, agent societies, as well as hybrid man-machine societies. The aim is both to develop intelligent computer technologies by picking up theoretical concepts and methods from sociology and to improve sociological models of societies and organizations by using advanced computer technology.
The 15 articles in this state-of-the-art survey combine selected contributions from sociology and informatics on the modeling, construction, and study of complex social systems with special regard to the problem of scaling multiagent systems. The discussion focuses on four specific research areas: multi-layer modeling, organization and self-organization, emergence of social structures, and paths from an agent-centered to a communication-centered perspective in modeling multiagent systems.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.29" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.79" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Jan 23, 2006
ISBN 3540307079 ISBN13 9783540307075
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More About Klaus Fischer
Klaus Fischer is Reader in German at London Metropolitan University.
Klaus Fischer has an academic affiliation as follows - Institute of Plant and Wood Chemistry, Dresden University of Technolog.
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Wasn't written for my personality type Apr 28, 2006
This book seems to have a lot of research put into it however it lacks a basic introduction to the subject and starts defining and using lots of accronyms and jargon right from the start. The book does not talk about type theory, sub-type theory, model-a, or anything like this.