This paper proposes a systems theory approach to the modeling of onset and evolution of criminality in a territory. This approach aims at capturing the complexity features of social systems. Complexity is related to the fact that individuals have the ability to develop specific heterogeneously distributed strategies, which depend also on those expressed by the other individuals. The modeling is developed by methods of generalized kinetic theory where interactions and decisional processes are modeled by theoretical tools of stochastic game theory.

From a systems theory of sociology to modeling the onset and evolution of criminality

COLASUONNO, FRANCESCA;
2015

Abstract

This paper proposes a systems theory approach to the modeling of onset and evolution of criminality in a territory. This approach aims at capturing the complexity features of social systems. Complexity is related to the fact that individuals have the ability to develop specific heterogeneously distributed strategies, which depend also on those expressed by the other individuals. The modeling is developed by methods of generalized kinetic theory where interactions and decisional processes are modeled by theoretical tools of stochastic game theory.
2015
Bellomo, Nicola; Colasuonno, Francesca; Knopoff, Damián; Soler, Juan
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