Adaptation and Evolution in Collective Systems (Advances in Natural Computation v. 5)
By: Akira Namatame (author)Hardback
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Self-contained and unified in presentation, this invaluable book provides a broad introduction to the fascinating subject of many-body collective systems with adapting and evolving agents. The coverage includes game theoretic systems, multi-agent systems, and large-scale socio-economic systems of individual optimizing agents. The diversity and scope of such systems have been steadily growing in computer science, economics, social sciences, physics, and biology.
Introduction to Collective Systems; Introduction to Game Theory and Evolutionary Games; Social Interactions and Social Games; Micro-Macro Dynamics; Knowledge Transaction Games; Gains from Diversity; Selective Interaction and Reinforcement of Preference; Give-and-Take in Social Interaction; Collective Evolution of Behavioral Rules; Collective Evolution of Synchronized Behavioral Rules.
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