La simulation conçue comme expérience concrète

In Jean-Pierre Müller (ed.), Le statut épistémologique de la simulation. Editions de l'ENST (2003)

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Franck Varenne
University Of Rouen
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Par un procédé d'objections/réponses, nous passons d'abord en revue certains des arguments en faveur ou en défaveur du caractère empirique de la simulation informatique. A l'issue de ce chemin clarificateur, nous proposons des arguments en faveur du caractère concret des objets simulés en science, ce qui légitime le fait que l'on parle à leur sujet d'une expérience, plus spécifiquement d'une expérience concrète du second genre.
Keywords Simulation informatique  Pluriformalisation  Polyformalisation  Ecosystème de formalismes  Expérience concrète
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