By Johan Holmgren, Linda Ramstedt, Paul Davidsson, Jan A. Persson (auth.), Stephen Cranefield, Insu Song (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 2 workshops held on the 14th foreign convention on ideas and perform of Multi-Agent structures, PRIMA 2011, held in Wollongong, Australia, in November. The workshops have been, Workshop on Agent dependent Simulation for a Sustainable Society (ABSSS 2011) and overseas Workshop on Multi-Agent shrewdpermanent Computing (MASmart 2011). The eight papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a variety of submissions. The papers disguise issues from agent established simulation for a sustainable society and on multi-agent clever computing.
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Each of these is represented by 8 serial reproduction chains of 4 subjects each. The following summary data is reported, summing up to 30 data points: – – – – – – – Overall proportion of SC and SI content reproduced. Proportion of SC and SI content reproduced in the knowledge condition. Proportion of SC and SI content reproduced in the ignorance condition. Proportion of SC and SI content reproduced in the shared condition. Proportion of SC and SI content reproduced in the unshared condition. Proportion of content reproduced at every position in the chains.
Here, we consider content to consist of the extent to which it carries SC and SI information. 2 Memory Storage and Reproduction Following previous models of stereotyping processes, we rely on a fully recurrent network as the representation of memory. However, our model is distinguished by two features: We enable the network to encode the triadic associations of subject, target, and content described above; and we adopt a network model that allows for hidden units. Hidden units are not part of the patterns to be learnt and reproduced but allow the network to create an internal representation of the associations to be learnt.
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