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《Complex Systems and Complexity Science》 2004-04
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Artificial Societies, Computational Experiments, and Parallel Systems: A Discussion on Computational Theory of Complex Social-Economic Systems

WANG Fei-yue (The Key Laboratory of Complex Systems and Intelligence Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100080, China)  
This paper addresses issues related to implementing the computational theory and methods of complex systems for studying complex social-economic problems. The basic idea is to utilize modern computing methods and tools to make computers as experimental laboratories for investigating complicated social-economic systems. The main objective is to integrate artificial societies, computational experiments, and parallel systems, form an effective computational theory and develop a corresponding system of methods and tools for social-economic studies.
【Fund】: 国家杰出青年基金(60125310);; 973项目(2002CB312200);; 山东 863项目(030335)
【CateGory Index】: F091
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