MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES - 12688

A mathematical model is a mathematical representation of a real-world situation. Generally, mathematical models include a set of input parameters and a process to generate output. It simplifies real-world problems to these basic blocks. Models are used for describing an event, making predictions, analysis of data, understanding complex relationships, etc.

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TITLE OF THE BOOK: MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
AUTHOR: KEMENY, JOHN G
YEAR: 1963
CALL NO.: 510
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