Emergent Collective Behavior in Multi-Agent Systems : An Evolutionary Perspective

@inproceedings{Pais2012EmergentCB,
  title={Emergent Collective Behavior in Multi-Agent Systems : An Evolutionary Perspective},
  author={Darren Pais},
  year={2012}
}
The study of collective behavior involves the analysis of interactions among a set of agents that yield collective outcomes at the level of the group. The behavior is said to be emergent when it cannot be understood simply as the sum of its constituent parts. Further, group-level outcomes can in turn influence individual interactions. The complexity of this interplay makes the study of emergence challenging and exciting. This dissertation is focused on the study of emergent collective behavior… CONTINUE READING
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