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Simulating organizations : computational models of institutions and groups

著者: Michael J Prietula; Kathleen M Carley; Leslie George Gasser
出版: Menlo Park, CA : AAAI Press/MIT Press, 1998.
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Paralleling developments in the physical sciences, computational modeling is emerging in the social and organizational sciences. Organizational researchers are using computational models to gain insights into organizational phenomena and to explore dynamic processes and configurations that are difficult or impossible to investigate with other methods. Many interesting insights have already resulted from this
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ジャンル/形式: Aufsatzsammlung
資料の種類: インターネット資料
ドキュメントの種類: 図書, インターネットリソース
すべての著者/寄与者: Michael J Prietula; Kathleen M Carley; Leslie George Gasser
ISBN: 026266108X 9780262661089
OCLC No.: 38147821
物理形態: xix, 248 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
コンテンツ: Webbots, trust, and organizational science / Kathleen M. Carley and Michael J. Prietula --
Team-soar : a model for team decision making / MinCheo Kang, Laurie B. Waisel, and William A. Wallace --
Designing organizations for computational agents / Young-pa So and Edmund H. Durfee --
The choice between accuracy and errors : a contingency analysis of external conditions and organizational decision making performance / Zhiang Lin --
Fluctuating efforts and sustainable cooperation / Bernardo A. Huberman and Natalie S. Glance --
Task environment centered simulation / Keith S. Decker --
An organizational ontology for enterprise modeling / Mark S. Fox ... [et al.] --
Modeling, simulating, and enacting complex organizational processes : a life cycle approach / Walt Scacchi --
An approach to modeling communication and information technology in organizations / David J. Kaplan and Kathleen M. Carley --
Organizational mnemonics : exploring the role of information technology in collective remembering and forgetting / Kent Sandoe --
Conclusion : validating and docking : an overview, summary, and challenge / Richard Burton.
責任者: edited by Michael Prietula, Kathleen Carley, and Les Gasser ; foreword by Michael D. Cohen.

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Paralleling developments in the physical sciences, computational modeling is emerging in the social and organizational sciences. Organizational researchers are using computational models to gain insights into organizational phenomena and to explore dynamic processes and configurations that are difficult or impossible to investigate with other methods. Many interesting insights have already resulted from this research, such as how group cooperation arises or dissipates in social dilemma settings, and how honesty and benevolence affect behavior in a group task. On the practical side, computational modeling is increasingly effective for organizational design, analysis, and reengineering.

Although much work remains to be done, eventually both theorists and practitioners will routinely state theories, design organizations, and derive their implications using widely shared computational tools. This volume brings together work from many of the leading researchers in the field.

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