Agent-based model of Russian socio-economic system (CGE model with built-in neural networks approach)

Agent-based model of Russian socio-economic system (CGE model with built-in neural networks approach)

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- Agent-based model of Russian socio-economic system (CGE model with built-in neural networks approach)
- Valery Makarov; Nafisa Bakhtizina; Albert Bakhtizin

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