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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Handbook of research on agent-based societies.
Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, ©2009
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Goran Trajkovski; Samuel Gerald Collins
|Description:||1 online resource (xxii, 412 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||The science of social emergence / R. Keith Sawyer --
Agent cognitive capabilities and orders of social emergence / Christopher Goldspink, Robert Kay --
Agents and social interaction: insights from social psychology / Joseph C. Bullington --
Predictive models of cultural information transmission / M. Afzal Upal --
Interaction of agent in e-business: a look at different sources / Jorge A. Romero --
A simulation of temporally variant agent interaction via passive inquiry / Adam J. Conover --
Agent feedback messaging: a messaging infrastructure for distributed message delivery / Richard Schilling --
Modeling cognitive agents for social systems and a simulation in urban dynamics / Yu Zhang [and others] --
Developing relationships between autonomous agents: promoting pro-social behaviour through virtual learning environments Part I / Scott Watson [and others] --
Construction of meanings in biological and artificial agents / Martin Takáč --
Training coordination proxy agents using reinforcement learning / Myriam Abramson --
The generative power of signs: the importance of the autonomous perception of tags to the strong emergence of institutions / Deborah V. Duong --
Propositional logic syntax acquisition using induction and self-organisation / Josefina Sierra, Josefina Santibáñez --
Hybrid emotionally aware mediated multiagency / Giovanni Vincenti, James Braman --
Mapping hybrid agencies through multiagent systems / Samuel G. Collins, Goran Trajkovski. Developing relationships between autonomous agents: promoting pro-social behaviour through virtual learning environments, Part II / Scott Watson [and others] --
Reputation: social transmission for partner selection / Mario Paolucci, Rosaria Conte --
A simulation of temporally variant agent interaction via belief promulgation / Adam J. Conover --
The human mirror neuron system / David B. Newlin --
Relationships between the processes of emergence and abstraction in societies / Eric Baumer, Bill Tomlinson --
Emergent reasoning structures in law / Vern R. Walker --
Agents in security: a look at the use of agents in host-based monitoring and protection and network intrusion detection / Theodor Richardson --
Search as a tool for emergence / Michael J. North.
|Other Titles:||Agent-based societies :|
|Responsibility:||Goran Trajkovski, Samuel G. Collins, [editors].|
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