- n. Plural form of simulation.
“(Whether you even get a choice leads into a deeper discussion about the role of the author in simulations, which is outside the scope of this post, but which much interesting stuff has been written by people like Gonzalo Frasca and Ian Bogost).”
“I also think that experimenting with the rules in simulations can convey meaning, but that's a topic I don't need to breach here, since we're talking about Flower, and Flower is essentially a traditional linear game.”
“One of the most important simulations is a simulation of self that predicts behavior of other actors, animate and inanimate in the environment given actions of self (something like what we think of as the inner dialog or self reflection).”
“At the conclusion of our Summit, it was evident that a golden moment has presented itself to continue U.S. leadership in simulations, but concerted action and continued DOE leadership are necessary to turn this opportunity into reality.”
“Mew is a language and accompanying compiler to simplify specifying interactions between entities in simulations and games.”
“These long-term simulations show that absent additional policy actions the federal government faces unsustainable growth in debt," the GAO reports.”
“Similar fallacy as with the simulations from a philosophical point of view”
“GAOâ€™s current long-term simulations continue to show ever-larger deficits resulting in a federal debt burden that ultimately spirals out of control. â€¦”
“Obviously, then, the same relations cannot be used in simulations designed to predict the effect of another fiscal or monetary policy.”
“Parameters estimated under a particular policy regime were used in simulations with other policy rules, for the purpose of predicting the effect on crucial macroeconomic variables.”
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