By Ron Sun
This e-book explores the intersection among cognitive sciences and social sciences. specifically, it explores the intersection among person cognitive modeling and modeling of multi-agent interplay (social stimulation). the 2 contributing fields--individual cognitive modeling (especially cognitive architectures) and modeling of multi-agent interplay (including social simulation and, to some degree, multi-agent systems)--have visible extraordinary development lately. despite the fact that, the interplay of those fields has no longer been sufficiently built. We think that the interplay of the 2 can be extra major than both on my own.
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Cognition and Multi-Agent Interaction: From Cognitive Modeling to Social Simulation by Ron Sun