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(2017) The science and art of simulation I, Dordrecht, Springer.

Doing research on simulation sciences?

questioning methodologies and disciplinarities

Petra Gehring

pp. 9-21

The application of computer-based simulation procedures has led to the formation of a compact body of methodological knowledge. But what about the methods and the practices of research in the social and human sciences addressing simulation-based research? Is there one authentic type of evaluative research on simulation research? Should it exist? And if so: what epistemic forms, what overarching methodological postulates are fruitful? The Paper looks into these questions.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-55762-5_2

Full citation:

(2017)., Doing research on simulation sciences?: questioning methodologies and disciplinarities, in M. M. Resch, A. Kaminski & P. Gehring (eds.), The science and art of simulation I, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 9-21.

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