Lubo Jankovic

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In multi-agent systems, complex and dynamic interactions often emerge among individual agents. The ability of each agent to learn adaptively is therefore important for them to survive in such changing environment. In this paper, we consider the effects of neighbourhood structure on the evolution of cooperative behaviour in the N-Player Iterated Prisoner's(More)
Future scenarios provide challenging, plausible and relevant stories about how the future could unfold. Urban Futures (UF) research has identified a substantial set (>450) of seemingly disparate scenarios published over the period 1997–2011 and within this research, a subset of >160 scenarios has been identified (and categorized) based on their narratives(More)
The paper reports on creation of analogue models of structures in virtual reality, using an emergent, or bottom-up approach, inspired by laws of Complexity. This approach focuses on component based modelling using fundamental laws of physics. The creation of system models is then achieved through interaction of the components, from the bottom-up, leading to(More)
Current numerical methods have slow dynamic visualisation capability, which is usually separate from the calculation phase. This paper investigates whether an analogue virtual reality (VR) model of a structure can integrate calculation and visual representation. The paper shows how the user can interact with a VR analogue model of a cantilever beam, move a(More)
Visualisation is generally considered to be a problem in structural design. Being an iterative process, structural design is time consuming for engineers, and results are difficult for clients to visualize. Current numerical methods have slow dynamic visualisation capability, which is usually separate from the calculation phase. This paper investigates(More)
The paper describes a framework for transfer of models of virtual reality simulation of structural behaviour written in Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML) and JavaScript programming languages to a more suitable platform for engineering applications. The Open Inventor has been found to be the most appropriate platform for translation of results of(More)