3 edition of Theoretical and practice frameworks for agent-based systems found in the catalog.
Theoretical and practice frameworks for agent-based systems
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Yu Zhang, editor|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.I58 T54 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781466615656, 9781466615663, 9781466615670|
|LC Control Number||2012002102|
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Theoretical and Practical Frameworks for Agent-Based Systems tackles these real problems and many more, bringing the theoretical research of intelligent agents to researchers and practitioners in academia, government, and innumerable industries.
Professionals and experts in every field ranging from education to healthcare and beyond will find this reference to be essential in the understanding of agents, and researchers currently working in the field of intelligent agents. Get this from a library. Theoretical and practice frameworks for agent-based systems.
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This paper proposes an addition to the ODD protocol which allows the description of an agent-based model as a dynamical system, which provides access to computational and theoretical tools for its analysis.
The mathematical framework is that of algebraic models, that is, time-discrete dynamical systems with algebraic by: The theoretical and conceptual framework explains the path of a research and grounds it firmly in theoretical constructs. The overall aim of the two frameworks is to make research findings more.
The theoretical framework is one of the more infamous components of a dissertation. A good theoretical framework gives you a strong scientific research base and provides support for the rest of your dissertation.
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UNDERSTANDING, SELECTING, AND INTEGRATING A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK IN DISSERTATION RESEARCH: CREATING THE BLUEPRINT FOR YOUR “HOUSE” Cynthia Grant, PhD University of Colorado-Denver Azadeh Osanloo, PhD New Mexico State University The theoretical framework is one of the most important aspects in the research process, yet is often misunderstood by.
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Modern Social Work Theory. Lyceum Books 1. Systems theories – Those concepts that emphasize reciprocal relationships betweenFile Size: KB. Definition. Theories are formulated to explain, predict, and understand phenomena and, in many cases, to challenge and extend existing knowledge within the limits of critical bounding assumptions.
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Other chapters look at design for software-intensive systems, people and design, the past and present of software designs, evaluation methods, focus-group use. Theoretical frameworks provide a particular perspective, or lens, through which to examine a topic.
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