IntroductionComputation and Social ScienceAutomated Information ExtractionSocial NetworksSocial Complexity I: Origins and MeasurementSocial Complexity II: LawsSocial Complexity III: TheoriesSimulations I: MethodologySimulations II: Variable-Oriented ModelsSimulations III: Object-Oriented Models
Dr. Claudio Cioffi-Revilla is Professor of Computational Social Science, founding and former Chair of the Department of Computational Social Science and founding and current Director of the Center for Social Complexity at George Mason University, VA, USA.
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