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HUMAT, an example of an integrative model

In this video, Wander explains a case of HUMAT as an example

In this video, Wander is explaining that social simulations are increasingly being used to explore possible futures. The case of a referendum on making a park car-free is being discussed as an example. Individual cognition, social interaction and networks need to be modelled to capture the social dynamics of a real case in a simulation model.

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Decision Making in a Complex World: Using Computer Simulations to Understand Human Behaviour

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