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A huge flow of quantitative social, demographic and behavioral data is becoming available that traces the activities and interactions of individuals, social patterns, transportation infrastructures and travel fluxes. This has caused, together with innovative computational techniques and methods for modeling social actions in hybrid (natural and artificial) societies, a qualitative change in the ways we model sociotechnical systems. For the first time, society can be studied in a comprehensivedoi:10.1140/epjst/e2012-01698-7 fatcat:oaxco3ewh5gz3ixumxgyytnkyy