The Social Cognitive Actor

Helmhout, Dr. Ing. Martin / J.M. (2006) The Social Cognitive Actor. [Thesis]

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Multi-Agent Simulation (MAS) of organisations is a methodology that is adopted in this dissertation in order to study and understand human behaviour in organisations. The aim of the research is to design and implementat a cognitive and social multi-agent simulation model based on a selection of social and cognitive theories to fulfill the need for a complex cognitive and social model. The emphasis of this dissertation is the relationship between behaviour of individuals (micro-level) in an organisation and the behaviour of the organisation as a whole (macro-level).

Item Type:Thesis
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Keywords:social construction multi-agent systems act-r semiotics organisational behaviour
Subjects:Psychology > Cognitive Psychology
Computer Science > Artificial Intelligence
Psychology > Social Psychology > Social simulation
ID Code:5285
Deposited By: Helmhout, Martin / J.M.
Deposited On:08 Dec 2006
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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