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We introduce a simple adaptive rule where agents choose a cooperative eeort on a grid. Agents can adjust this eeort step by step and Gains and Losses Adjust Directions. We show that this process converges to the cooperative outcome in a two-person Prisoners' Dilemma game, and we provide simulations showing that the results also holds with a larger number of(More)
Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) in existing deployments is a collection of inter-connected avionics equipment supported by wired technology, with stringent reliability and safety requirements. If the inter-connecting wires are physically secured so that a malicious user cannot access them directly, then this simplifies the security management of the(More)
In this paper we consider the benefits of applying modern machine learning techniques to the problem of Fault Diagnosis and Automated Repair. In the modern manufacturing environment, many aspects of the production line are logged automatically by various systems. These records are put to a multitude of uses including assisting stock control, and monitoring(More)
We state and prove several theorems that demonstrate how the coordinate Bethe Ansatz for the eigenvectors of suitable transfer matrices of a generalised inhomogeneous five-vertex model on the square lattice, given certain conditions hold, is equivalent to the Gessel-Viennot determinant for the number of configurations of N non-intersecting directed lattice(More)
Avionics networks have a set of stringent reliability and safety requirements. In existing deployments, most of these networks are based on wired technology which provides a high degree of reliability and safety. Furthermore, it simplifies the security management of the network since certain assumptions, including an inability for an attacker to access the(More)
I analyze two connections between neoclassical and classical economics. First, I consider the indeterminacy that arises for both schools: in the neoclassical theories of overlapping generations and of factor pricing and in Sraffa's price theory. Neoclassical indeterminacy occurs only in environments where relative prices can change through time; otherwise,(More)