Don't know if you'll find this just what you're looking for. I've
attached a document co-authored by my colleagues William J. Clancey,
Maarten Sierhuis, Ron van Hoof with myself. It is about a simulation
software we developed and patented called "Brahms" for simulating
practice. It is currently in use at NASA, not for simulating social
networks but for simulating social pratice.
At 4:58 PM -0700 4/20/03, Corey Phelps wrote:
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>I am looking for articles (published or working) that use multi-agent
>simulations of social network processes. That is, I am looking for articles
>that simulate the evolution of networks using multi-agent simulation
>methodology as well as papers that seek to understanding how the topology of
>network structures influence multiple agents' behaviors. Any and all
>suggestions would be much appreciated. I will post a summary to the list.
>Thanks in advance.
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