Applications of Complex Adaptive Systems by Yin Shan, Ang Yang

By Yin Shan, Ang Yang

Книга purposes of complicated Adaptive platforms purposes of complicated Adaptive SystemsКниги English литература Автор: Yin Shan, Ang Yang Год издания: 2008 Формат: pdf Издат.:IGI Publishing Страниц: 352 Размер: three ISBN: 1599049627 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:The universe is an incredible method of platforms -- for instance, ecological structures, social structures, commodity and inventory markets. those structures are advanced, always adapting to their surroundings, and lots of are necessary to the very lifestyles of humans. to totally comprehend those platforms, complicated adaptive structures study makes use of systemic inquiry to construct multi-level and multidisciplinary representations of fact to check those platforms. functions of advanced Adaptive structures offers a world view of the main updated learn at the thoughts, purposes, perform, and implications of advanced adaptive structures, to higher comprehend many of the severe structures that encompass human lifestyles. Researchers operating within the box of advanced adaptive structures and similar fields similar to laptop studying and synthetic intelligence, multi-agent platforms, and information mining, in addition to pros in similar purposes reminiscent of security, bioinformatics, and sociology will locate this ebook an essential, cutting-edge reference.

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