Cognition and Multi-Agent Interaction From Cognitive by Ron Sun

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 exceptional progress lately. even if, the interplay of those fields has no longer been sufficiently constructed. We think that the interplay of the 2 will be extra major than both on my own.

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Prolegomena to Integrating Cognitive Modeling and Social Simulation 17 Alternatively, a complex model, with sufficient social details as well as cognitive details, may be constructed to begin with. Then various details, especially parameters concerning cognition, can be tested and validated in terms of their effects on the outcomes of simulation. One possible way of doing this is gradually stripping away layers of details and testing the effects of such stripped-down versions in terms of the outcomes of simulation.

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