Dimensions of modelling: Generality and integrativeness

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (6):1075-1076 (2001)
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Webb has articulated a clear, multi-dimensional framework for discussing simulation models and modelling strategies. This framework will likely co-evolve with modelling. As such, it will be important to continue to clarify these dimensions and perhaps add to them. I discuss the dimension of generality and suggest that a dimension of integrativeness may also be needed.



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