Agents recognizing emergence (bibtex)
by L. van der Torre, F. Wan
Abstract:
Agents that recognize self organizing systems and their emergent properties have a competitive advantage. In this paper we introduce a classication of self-organizing systems based on phase transitions, macroscopic dynamic structures, evolution, self-regulation, and ultra-stability. Sometimes the agent can recognize the type of self-organizing system by observing its internal mechanisms such as feedback mechanisms or essential variables, but in general he has to interpret the system's behavior and in particular its relation with the environment. The agent therefore uses besides theories of self-organization also theories of cybernetics.
Reference:
Agents recognizing emergence (L. van der Torre, F. Wan), In Proceedings of the Belgium/Dutch AI Conference (BNAIC'2000), Kaatsheuvel, 2000.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{Torre2000,
  Title                    = {Agents recognizing emergence},
  Author                   = {van der Torre, L. and Wan, F.},
  Booktitle                = {Proceedings of the Belgium/Dutch AI Conference (BNAIC'2000), Kaatsheuvel},
  Year                     = {2000},
  Pages                    = {45-52},

  Abstract                 = {Agents that recognize self organizing systems and their emergent properties have a competitive advantage. In this paper we introduce a classication of self-organizing systems based on phase transitions, macroscopic dynamic structures, evolution, self-regulation, and ultra-stability. Sometimes the agent can recognize the type of self-organizing system by observing its internal mechanisms such as feedback mechanisms or essential variables, but in general he has to interpret the system's behavior and in particular its relation with the environment. The agent therefore uses besides theories of self-organization also theories of cybernetics.},
  Timestamp                = {2013.07.26},
  Url                      = {http://icr.uni.lu/leonvandertorre/papers/bnaic00.ps}
}
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