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Computational social science is an approach increasingly influential in a broad range of social sciences. It involves building a computer program model that represents a theory and then ‘executing’ the program and observing the output as a way of validating the theory, making predictions about the social world or exploring the implications of social interventions.
Computational Social Science, a four volume set republishes the widely dispersed key articles in the emerging field of computational social science.
Posted June 5, 2013