By Yutaka Nakai, Yuhsuke Koyama, Takao Terano
Agent-based modeling/simulation is an emergent method of the research of social and fiscal structures. It offers a bottom-up experimental way to be utilized to social sciences resembling economics, administration, sociology and politics in addition to a few engineering fields facing social actions. This e-book comprises chosen papers offered on the 8th foreign Workshop on Agent-Based ways in monetary and Social advanced structures held in Tokyo, Japan, in 2013. on the workshop, 23 reviewed complete papers have been provided and of these, thirteen have been chosen to be incorporated during this volume.
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4a) where D reflects a memory decay term. Decay (D) and Excitation (E) only play a role in non-linear recurrent networks, in which a network cycles through a number of iterations before settling in a stable state (Hazlehurst and Hutchins 1998). Our previous work has demonstrated that a simple, linear model provides a better fit of group perception phenomena like illusory correlation. So as in previous simulations (Van Rooy et al. 2003, 2013, 2014), parameter values were set to D D E D 1. 4b) After activation has been determined, the recurrent model enters the second learning phase in which the short-term activations are stored in long-term weight changes of the connections.
However, as Bell (1988: 49) notes, “a topos is a ‘generalization’ of a set”, in which its (sheaf-based) locales provide much greater expressive power. ” However, in addition to being located within complex settings, actors in social conflicts continuously adapt and adjust their position and responses and, therefore, require the expressiveness that topos theory provides. Nor is expressiveness the only contribution to social modeling that topos theory makes. Like relativity theory, topos theory can be understood in terms of reference frames (Bell 1988: 239–245).
Nakai et al. 1007/978-4-431-55236-9_3 27 28 S. Horiuchi of their local society. Local cultures usually do not directly contribute to the utility of the carriers. Nevertheless, residents maintain their local culture to ensure group identity. Each local society has grown and preserved its original local culture, by which the society is distinguished from other local societies. Now many local societies have lost their culture due to the effects of globalization. In the age of globalization, individuals have been freed from local society restraints.