This pioneering work aims to present a conceptually new approach for simulating local and global behavioral patterns observed in the information-rich social networks. The main proposed novelties cover (1) a virtual computational field (VCF) approach, (ii) an oscillating agent's model (OAM), and (iii) an agents' wavelike interaction mechanism (WIM). This paper, however, concentrates more oil the VCF approach, which constructs a Virtual medium for information and resources exchange between heterogeneous agents. A new simulation paradigm offers some effective methods to transform Multidimensional factor space (representing a multiplicity of phenomenal forms and interactions) into the Most universal spectral coding system. In fact, not only the communication mechanism but also the social agents themselves are Simulated as oscillating processes. They are represented in the form of unique spectra. In sum, current research shows, that the integration of VCF, OAM and WIM in a coherent spectrum based Simulation platform gives researches a universal tool for simulation of complex social behavioral patterns like competition, cooperation, clustering, self-organization, social emergence, evolving behavioral strategies etc.