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Title of paper: Simulation of the behavior of a system with social structure by means of generalized nets
Author(s):
Magdalina Todorova
Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University, 5 “J. Bouchier” Str., Sofia, Bulgaria
todorova_magda@hotmail.com
Presented at: 13th IWGN, London, 29 October 2012
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 62—68
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Abstract: The article presents an idea for simulating the behavior of a system with a social structure (SSS) by means of applying generalized nets (GNs). A brief introduction to SSS and the approaches to modeling them are given. Based on these, a formal model of SSS is described for the simplest case of a homogenous system with individuals as elements.
Keywords: Generalized nets, Social structures, Social systems.
AMS Classification: 68Q85.
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