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245 00 Human simulation :|bperspectives, insights, and 
       applications /|cedited by Saikou Y. Diallo, Wesley J.  
       Wildman, F. LeRon Shults, Andreas Tolk 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2019 
300    1 online resource (xvi, 241 pages) :|billustrations (some 
       color), digital ;|c24 cm 
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490 1  New approaches to the scientific study of religion,|x2367-
       3494 ;|vvolume 7 
505 0  Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Refugee studies 
       (Erika Frydenlund) -- Chapter 3. MODRN post-doc, 
       integration model (Carlos Lemos) -- Chapter 4. Sociologist,
       demographic model (David Voas) -- Chapter 5. Philosophy, 
       cognitive science model (Bob McCauley) -- Chapter 6. 
       Religious studies, cognitive science model (Ann Taves) -- 
       Chapter 7. Early Christian studies Model (Colleen Shantz) 
       -- Chapter 8. Philosopher, empathy studies (John Teehan) -
       - Chapter 9. Psychologist, language acquisition model 
       (Catherine Caldwell-Harris) -- Chapter 10. Anthropologist 
       (Rich Sosis) -- Chapter 11. Archaeologist, neolithic exert
       (Dorien Fuller) -- Chapter1 2. Computer science 
       archaeologist (Nicolo dell'Unto) -- Chapter 13. Cognitive 
       Science of Religion (Justin Lane) -- Chapter 14. 
       Conclusion 
520    This uniquely inspirational and practical book explores 
       human simulation, which is the application of 
       computational modeling and simulation to research subjects
       in the humanities disciplines. It delves into the 
       fascinating process of collaboration among experts who 
       usually don't have much to do with one another - computer 
       engineers and humanities scholars - from the perspective 
       of the humanities scholars. It also explains the process 
       of developing models and simulations in these 
       interdisciplinary teams. Each chapter takes the reader on 
       a journey, presenting a specific theory about the human 
       condition, a model of that theory, discussion of its 
       implementation, analysis of its results, and an account of
       the collaborative experience. Contributing authors with 
       different fields of expertise share how each model was 
       validated, discuss relevant datasets, explain development 
       strategies, and frankly discuss the ups and downs of the 
       process of collaborative development. Readers are given 
       access to the models and will also gain new perspectives 
       from the authors' findings, experiences, and 
       recommendations. Today we are in the early phases of an 
       information revolution, combining access to vast computing
       resources, large amounts of human data through social 
       media, and an unprecedented richness of methods and tools 
       to capture, analyze, explore, and test hypotheses and 
       theories of all kinds. Thus, this book's insights will be 
       valuable not only to students and scholars of humanities 
       subjects, but also to the general reader and researchers 
       from other disciplines who are intrigued by the expansion 
       of the information revolution all the way into the 
       humanities departments of modern universities 
650  0 Humanities|xResearch 
650  0 Humanities|xComputer simulation 
650 14 Philosophy of Religion 
650 24 Religion and Education 
650 24 Sociology of Religion 
700 1  Diallo, Saikou Y.,|eeditor 
700 1  Wildman, Wesley J.,|eeditor 
700 1  Shults, F. LeRon,|eeditor 
700 1  Tolk, Andreas,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
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