Simulating Rural Environmentally and Socio-Economically Constrained Multi-Activity and Multi-Decision Societies in a Low-Data Context: A Challenge Through Empirical Agent-Based Modeling
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KeywordsRule-Based Modelling; Rural Sahel; Confidence Building; Low-Data Context; Social Criteria;
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