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" What constitutes an explanation of an observed social phenomenon? Perhaps one day people will interpret the question, "Can you explain it?" as asking "Can you grow it? "
Growing Artificial Societies: Social Science from the Bottom Up - Sida 20
efter Joshua M. Epstein, Robert Axtell - 1996 - 208 sidor
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The Growth of Social Knowledge: Theory, Simulation, and Empirical Research ...

Gerald W. Lundeen - 2002 - 299 sidor
...clearly enunciated by Joshua Epstein and Robert Axtell. "What constitutes an explanation of an observed phenomenon? Perhaps one day people will interpret...'Can you explain it?' as asking 'Can you grow it?' " (Epstein and Axtell 1996:20). LOOKING AT SOCIETY FROM THE BOTTOM UP This bottom-up method has been...
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Machine Dreams: Economics Becomes a Cyborg Science

Philip Mirowski, Carl E Koch Professor of Economics and Policy Studies and the History and Philosophy of Science Philip Mirowski - 2002 - 655 sidor
...finds that such specific criticisms are often parried by loose instrumentalist notions, such as, “we interpret the question, can you explain it? as asking, can you grow it?” (Epstein & Axtell, 1996, p. 177). On those grounds, there would never have been any pressing societal...
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Artificial War: Multiagent-based Simulation of Combat

Andrew Ilachinski - 2004 - 747 sidor
...multiagent-based modeling “.. .may change the way we think about explanation in the social sciences. What constitutes an explanation of an observed social...you explain it?' as asking ‘Can you grow it?'.” [Epstein96] 8.5 Future Work Most of the basic ingredients of the bottom three tiers of EINSTein's hierarchy...
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Adaptive Agents, Intelligence, and Emergent Human Organization: Capturing ...

National Academies of Sciences and Engineering - 2002 - 136 sidor
...Epstein and Axtell (1), "[ABM] may change the way we think about explanation in the social sciences. What constitutes an explanation of an observed social...'Can you explain it?' as asking 'Can you grow it?'." ABM provides a natural description of a system. In many cases, ABM is most natural for describing and...
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Reflexive soziale Mechanismen: Von soziologischen Erklärungen zu ...

Marco Schmitt, Michael Florian, Frank Hillebrandt - 2006 - 290 sidor
...Artificial society-type models may change the way we think about explanation in the social sciences. What constitutes an explanation of an observed social...will interpret the question, ,Can you explain it?' äs asking ,Can you grow it?' Artificial society modelling allows us to ,grow' social structures in...
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