|“[T]he volume offers certain important building blocks that can represent a bonus for students willing to learn simulation in the future. . . . Bonacich and Lu’s work brillantly introduces much of what ABM students will be requested to know in their subsequent studies.”–Giangiacomo Bravo, JASSS
Introduction to Mathematical Sociology
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