Predicting one type of technological motion? A nonlinear map to study the 'sailing-ship' effect

@article{Filatrella2020PredictingOT,
  title={Predicting one type of technological motion? A nonlinear map to study the 'sailing-ship' effect},
  author={G. Filatrella and N. D. Liso},
  journal={Soft Comput.},
  year={2020},
  volume={24},
  pages={13813-13822}
}
In this work, we use a proven model to study a dynamic duopolistic competition between an old technology and a new technology which through an improved technical performance—e.g. data transmission capacity—fight in order to conquer market share. The process whereby an old technology fights a new one off through own improvements has been named ‘sailing-ship effect’. In the simulations proposed, intentional improvements of both the old technology and the new technology are affected by the values… Expand
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