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Modeling Dynamic Multiscale Social Processes in Agent-Based Models

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3 Author(s)
Ozik, J. ; Argonne Nat. Lab., Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, IL ; Sallach, D.L. ; Macal, C.M.

Identity-related issues play central roles in many current events, including those involving factional politics, sectarianism, and tribal conflicts. Two popular models from the computational-social-science (CSS) literature - the threat anticipation program and SharedID models - incorporate notions of identity (individual and collective) and processes of identity formation. A multiscale conceptual framework that extends some ideas presented in these models and draws other capabilities from the broader CSS literature is useful in modeling the formation of political identities. The dynamic, multiscale processes that constitute and transform social identities can be mapped to expressive structures of the framework.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 4 )