February 22, 2017

Agent-Based Simulation: From Modeling Methodologies to by Takao Terano, Hajime Kita, Toshiyuki Kaneda, Kiyoshi Arai,

By Takao Terano, Hajime Kita, Toshiyuki Kaneda, Kiyoshi Arai, Hiroshi Deguchi (Editors)

Agent-based modeling/simulation is an rising box that makes use of bottom-up and experimental research within the social sciences. chosen learn from that awarded on the 3rd foreign Workshop on Agent-Based techniques in monetary and Social advanced platforms 2004, held in may possibly 2004 in Kyoto, Japan, is integrated during this e-book. the purpose of the workshop used to be to hire the bottom-up method of social and financial difficulties through modeling, simulation, and research utilizing a software program agent. This examine quarter is an rising interdisciplinary box one of the social sciences and laptop technological know-how, attracting large cognizance since it introduces a simulation-based experimental method of difficulties which are turning into more and more advanced in an period of globalization and innovation in info expertise. The cutting-edge learn and findings offered during this e-book could be integral instruments for someone concerned with this swiftly transforming into self-discipline.

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This study seems to corroborate other evidence (Bian 1997) that contrary to Granovetter's argument that new information travels through weak ties (1973), bridging social capital in Chinese society instead makes use of strong ties due to China's culture of guanxi (cultivating relationships). If face-to-face conversations indicate stronger ties than phone or email conversations, the fact that communication between NGOs occurs in person (figure 2) implies that inter-organizational ties are strong.

Key vi^ords. Reputation Management System, C2C market, Agent-Based Approach, Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma 1. Introduction Thanks to the spread of the Internet throughout society, we can now buy and sell online goods and information that could not easily exchanged in the past due to small demand. The online consumer-to-consumer (C2C) market is a new kind of transaction place made possible through the popularization of the Internet. Although such a market provides an effective transaction facility, it is susceptible to fraud, because of its anonymity and ease of entry and exit.

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