Struggle between specificity and generality: how do infectious disease models become a simulation platform?
Examines the historical roots and evolution of simulation from an epistemological, institutional and technical perspective. This work also includes case studies that explore the "functional" and "structural" debate that continues to traverse simulation thought and action
H Social Sciences (General), B Philosophy (General), HM Sociology
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