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Reanimating Networks with                                      Agent Modeling                                           Sh...
Networks derived from centralItalian brick stamp data
...a landscape of possible outcomes...http://supermodelling.net/?p=148
A bazaar of possibilitiesPhoto cc Dmgultekin , http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Grand-Bazaar_Shop.jpg
We should expect some basic trends toemerge:•increasing the transaction costs should makeit much more difficult for agents...
Characteristics of some realworld networks
All models are bad, but someare useful.
Graham weingart connected past reanimating networks with agent modeling
Graham weingart connected past reanimating networks with agent modeling
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Graham weingart connected past reanimating networks with agent modeling

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Graham weingart connected past reanimating networks with agent modeling

  1. 1. Reanimating Networks with Agent Modeling Shawn Graham with Scott Weingart Carleton University, Indiana UniversitySome rights reserved by Pedro Vezini @electricarchaeo @scott_bot
  2. 2. Networks derived from centralItalian brick stamp data
  3. 3. ...a landscape of possible outcomes...http://supermodelling.net/?p=148
  4. 4. A bazaar of possibilitiesPhoto cc Dmgultekin , http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Grand-Bazaar_Shop.jpg
  5. 5. We should expect some basic trends toemerge:•increasing the transaction costs should makeit much more difficult for agents to survive(i.e., make the simulation reach its arbitraryend-conditions).•increasing ‘vision’ (we reduce informationuncertainty by increasing the amount of theworld it is possible to ‘know’) should make itmuch easier for agents to survive; that thesimulation takes a relatively long time to reachits arbitrary end point.
  6. 6. Characteristics of some realworld networks
  7. 7. All models are bad, but someare useful.

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