Socionics: Sociological Concepts for Social Systems of Artificial (and Human) Agents
AbstractSocionics is an interdisciplinary approach with the objective to use sociological knowledge about the structures, mechanisms and processes of social interaction and social communication as a source of inspiration for the development of multi-agent systems, both for the purposes of engineering applications and of social theory construction and social simulation. The approach has been spelled out from 1998 on within the Socionics priority program funded by the German National research foundation. This special issue of the JASSS presents research results from five interdisciplinary projects of the Socionics program. The introduction gives an overview over the basic ideas of the Socionics approach and summarizes the work of these projects.
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Volume (Year): 10 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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Socionics; Sociology; Multi-Agent Systems; Artificial Social Systems; Hybrid Systems; Social Simulation;
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