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Emergent Social Rationality in a Peer-to-Peer System
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We introduce a variant (called ResourceWorld) of an existing model (called SkillWorld) and compare results obtained in extensive (ten billion interactions) simulation experiments. Expand
Towards Cooperative, Self-Organised Replica Management
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We present a simple node level protocol that self-organises nodes into cooperative clusters leading to efficient outcomes in some simple scenarios. Expand
Tag-Based Cooperation in Peer-to-Peer Networks with Newscast
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In this paper we re-implement SLAC on an open source peer-to-peer simulation testbed called “PEERSIM”. Expand
Towards a Group Selection Design Pattern
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We proposed a general mechanism based on an evolutionary “group selection” process in which individual entities (agents, nodes or components) dynamically copy the behavior of other entities if they achieve higher performance. Expand
FirmNet: the scope of firms and the allocation of task in a knowledge-based economy
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We use a computer simulation approach and investigate how local interaction of agents, endowed with skills and individual decision-making rules, may produce aggregate network structure able to perform tasks. Expand
Evolutionary and socially inspired algorithms , tools and applications in dynamic nets
This report comprises the report for the D4.3.3 deliverable (in association with the relevant software1) for workpackage WP4.3 in Subproject SP4 of the DELIS (Dynamically Evolving Large-scaleExpand
From biological and social algorithms to engineering solutions
This report comprises the complete D5.3.1 deliverable as specified for workpackage WP5.3 in Subproject SP5 of the DELIS (Dynamically Evolving Large-scale Information Systems) Integrated Project. TheExpand
Deliverable 5.4.3 Form and function in evolving information systems
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This report comprises the complete D5.2 deliverable as specified for workpackage WP5.4 in Subproject SP5 of the DELIS (Dynamically Evolving Large-scale Information Systems) Integrated Project. Expand
Self-Organizing Mechanisms for Task Allocation in a Knowledge-Based Economy
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A prevalent claim is that we are in knowledge economy. Expand
Towards a Group Selection Design Pattern 1
Recent work has shown how socially inspired mechanisms developed within social science simulations can be applied to a number of application domains in distributed systems engineering. Here weExpand
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