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Social simulation is the modelling, or simulation, normally performed using a computer, of social phenomena (e.g., cooperation, competition, markets, social networks dynamics, etc.).

Development tools Edit

Many social simulations are implemented using one of the many development frameworks and tools available.

Some of the most well-known, ordered by programming language, are:

Java

Objective-C

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C++/C

Pascal

POP-11

Other (or unknown)

Other development tools Edit

In addition to the simulation-specific tools there also a number of more generic agent-oriented tools that can be used to write simulations. Some examples are:

Java

For a more comprehensive list of tools and links see:

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