Кузьмін, ОЄ, Козик, ВВ, Сидоров, ЮІ, Єрашок, ВЕ
Nauka innov. 2011, 7(1):16-25
https://doi.org/10.15407/scin7.01.016
Рубрика: Наукові основи інноваційної діяльності
Мова: Українська
Анотація: 
Розглянуто історію виникнення, сучасний стан і майбутнє методу абдукційного комп’ютерного агентного симуляційного моделювання. Даний метод застосовують для пояснення еволюційних процесів, що відбуваються в економіці, а також для прогнозування розвитку економічних структур. Незважаючи на низку недоліків (зокрема, недостатньо реалістичну поведінку агентів), які можна подолати шляхом удосконалення як змістовних частин моделей, так і комп’ютерних програм, метод уже використовується в комерційних і експертних цілях на замовлення окремих фірм, галузей промисловості і урядів різних країн..
Ключові слова: прогнозування, симуляційні дослідження, симуляційне моделювання
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