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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Recon Approach For Social Dynamics Based On Agent Model

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AUTHOR(S)

V.Premalatha, K.Vineesha, M.Srinivasarao

 

KEYWORDS

Agent Based Model, Demographic, K Means clustering, Micro simulation..

 

ABSTRACT

Recently, one of the main models has gained popularity in the field of simulation and modeling when a complex structure is made of different models representing the nature of any complex system, helping them overcome some of the inherent drawbacks of numerical approaches.In base these three are shown in a representation of graphs. This Project main aim is to take single parameter taking the census data of income and generating the tables instead of graphs. We have designed a model using K-Means Clustering where this algorithm studies the database in memory. The database holds a number of occurrences. To accomplish this we used large datasets that consist census income it consists of age, zip code, sex, position, color, citizen. Here the location is disclosed only authorized persons can view the location of the particular person. The Results gave us accurate predictions using some clusters as well as epochs of the various Incomes.

 

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