1994-Yamaguti, M. - Discrete Models in Social Sciences.

By Brian Winkel


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Yamaguti, M. 1994. Discrete Models in Social Sciences. Computers Math. Applic. 28(10-12):   263-267.

 See https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0898122194001960 .

Abstract: Behaviors of solutions of a differential equation and its discretization sometimes differ greatly from each other. For example, even if a differential equation has no chaotic solution, its discretization happens to have a chaotic solution. In this paper, the meanings of this fact in economics, are shown. Also, a finite difference model in sociology is given as a chaotic phenomenon.

Keywords:  discrete, discretization,  differential equations, economics, model, sociology, chaos

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