|International Journal of Applied Information Systems
|Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA
|Volume 11 - Number 7
|Year of Publication: 2016
|Authors: Khalid A. Fakeeh
Khalid A. Fakeeh . In what way Interactions Amongst Social Entities can be Integrated into Computations as Basis for Unravelling Complications. International Journal of Applied Information Systems. 11, 7 ( Dec 2016), 22-24. DOI=10.5120/ijais2016451627
A social network is a network of relationships and interactions among social entities such as individuals, organizations, and groups. Social simulations are capable of representing social systems and coupled socio-techno-natural systems in ways that other methodological approaches are not. Computer code in a well-chosen programming language or simulation system. The pivotal role that agent interaction plays in determining social patterns has been investigated by two leading sociologists, James S. Coleman and Raymond Bourdon. In the 1960s, Coleman significantly contributed to developing mathematical sociology, but also worked to extend equation-based models through computer simulation could motivate and agent-based turn in sociology. This approach would contribute to shifting away from social systems tradition and their large-scale problems of social speculation to problems which can be studied by systematic research. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the challenges facing social entities, and how social objects can be incorporated into computations as the basis for solving difficulties.