Computer-assisted theory building

Computer-assisted theory building

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This volume provides a new set of tools for creating and analysing theories. Computer-Assisted Theory Building re-orients the way many social scientists build and work with theories -- and it will prove of value to all practising social science theorists. Because verbal formulations are insufficiently specific and mathematical formulations often too restrictive, the author proposes a new formal language as a middle way, advocating computer simulation models to allow the formulation of more dynamic theories.Pugh-Roberts Associates, Inc. (1982) User Guide and Reference Manual for Micro-DYNAMO. Reading ... Person Game Theory: The Essential Ideas. ... Roberts, Nancy, David F. Andersen, Ralph M. Deal, Michael S. Garet, and William A. Shaffer ( 1 983) Introduction to Computer Simulation: The System Dynamics Approach. ... Schroeder, Walter W. Ill, Robert E. Sweeney, and Louis E. Alfeld [eds.] ... Shubik, Martin (1984a) Game Theory in the Social Sciences: Concepts and Solutions.

Title:Computer-assisted theory building
Author: Robert Hanneman
Publisher:Sage Publications, Inc - 1988

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