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A Category-theoretic Approach to Organization-based Modeling of Multi Agent Systems on the Basis of Collective Phenomena and Organizations in Human Societies

Siam Abderrahim, Ramdane Maamri
2018 Informatica (Ljubljana, Tiskana izd.)  
This paper presents an idea of using category theory for developing organizational multi-agent systems by taking inspiration from collective phenomena and organizations in human societies.  ...  This way of thinking allows studying properties of result MAS organizational models as well as properties of organizations in human societies such as stability and adaptation before taking them as landmarks  ...  Human societies and organizations, landmarks and inspirations Collective phenomena and organizations in human societies present a great source of inspiration for artificial organizations and especially  ... 
doi:10.31449/inf.v42i4.1282 fatcat:ghsoyi3axzbplbgi5hatnhggyy

Grounding Artificial Intelligence in the Origins of Human Behavior [article]

Eleni Nisioti, Clément Moulin-Frier
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Recent advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) have revived the quest for agents able to acquire an open-ended repertoire of skills.  ...  Research in Human Behavioral Ecology (HBE) seeks to understand how the behaviors characterizing human nature can be conceived as adaptive responses to major changes in the structure of our ecological niche  ...  of stability and competition.  ... 
arXiv:2012.08564v2 fatcat:rsrwj4o5zvgpfni32olncjvaiq

Bio-Inspired Metal-Organic Frameworks in the Pharmaceutical World: A Brief Review [chapter]

Vania André, Sílvia Quaresma
2016 Metal-Organic Frameworks  
One of the great challenges in the pharmaceutical industry is the search for more efficient and cost-effective ways to store and deliver existing drugs.  ...  Bio-inspired metalorganic frameworks (BioMOFs) are groundbreaking materials that have recently been explored for drug storage, delivery and controlled release as well as for applications in imaging and  ...  2014, Royal Society of Chemistry).  ... 
doi:10.5772/64027 fatcat:riuw4s7jnvh3pbm3lxwhfvkjkq

Technology, culture and international stability

Larry Stapleton
2013 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
Human societies and their technologies are underpinned by and expressions of cultural values.  ...  Professor Vamos draws upon the sweep of history to examine the role of human systems in the global information society.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-013-0470-2 fatcat:3zyba2fb5bc5zn2azv5drb2i34

Page 265 of The Unitarian Review Vol. 18, Issue 3 [page]

1882 The Unitarian Review  
And you cannot to-day strike out the sanctuary and its stated worship from the institutions of society without weakening the bonds, and endangering the stability of social life.  ...  human life.  ... 

Weather, War, and Chaos: Richardson's Encounter with Molecules and Nations [chapter]

Jürgen Scheffran
2019 Pioneers in Arts, Humanities, Science, Engineering, Practice  
both nature and society.  ...  Drawing from limitations and extensions of Richardson's model, including decision rules and chaos in arms races, an integrated modeling framework of social interaction among multiple agents is presented  ...  The Framework of the Richardson Arms Race Model Stability and Balance of Power Richardson's study of conflict modelling was inspired by his meteorological work (Hess, 1995) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-31589-4_8 fatcat:wvhkn442wjf6jj77n5ymesoa6a

Complex Discrete Dynamics and Its Structures in Bioinspired Systems

Gualberto Solís-Perales, Ricardo Femat, Kwok-Wo Wong, Eric Campos-Cantón
2013 Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society  
Torres-Treviño et al. presents the analysis of complex dynamic systems inspired by neurons.  ...  Understanding the dynamical behavior of bioinspired systems that interact with so many variables or agents is an amazing challenge.  ...  Acknowledgment Guest Editors wish to thank authors contributing this discussion of bio-inspired dynamical studies. Gualberto Solís-Perales Ricardo Femat Kwok-Wo Wong Eric Campos-Cantón  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/591946 fatcat:iyy3rc3jkbbilemzwj4jwpiqne

EDITORIAL — MODELING SOCIO-TECHNICAL COMPLEXITY

STEFAN THURNER, GUILLAUME DEFFUANT, TIMOTEO CARLETTI
2012 Advances in Complex Systems  
societies.  ...  The themes covered in this issue range from the analysis of social interactions, agent based models, evolutionary mechanisms in societies, opinion formation, and econophysics.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s021952591203004x fatcat:wxx3lifx3fe7vfu2so26hvjmje

Degradation, Stabilization, and Recycling of Polymers

2003 Chemistry International  
Radio-pharmaceuticals and other imaging agents, Unauthenticated Download Date | 3/18/20 4:50 AM 14-17 July 2003, Prague, Czech Republic The 42nd Microsymposium of P.M.M.: Degradation, Stabilization, and  ...  Fundamental knowledge has led to the development of bio-inspired photonic, electronic, and analytical techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1515/ci.2003.25.3.26b fatcat:z43belr4mre2vjb65fwcmfbb4m

Noe: Norms Emergence and Robustness Based on Emotions in Multiagent Systems [article]

Sz-Ting Tzeng
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Social norms characterize collective and acceptable group conducts in human society. Furthermore, some social norms emerge from interactions of agents or humans.  ...  We find that an ability in agents to consider emotional responses to the outcomes of norm satisfaction and violation (1) promotes norm compliance; and (2) improves societal welfare.  ...  Note that the sudden drop of deceased number or increase of health value for sanctioning agents resulted from the stabilization of that society.  ... 
arXiv:2104.15034v2 fatcat:e4hwbuz6gbhkfcbxvmkwl7tk5a

Categories of Artificial Societies [chapter]

Paul Davidsson
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
societies, where anyone may have an agent but where the agents are of a predefined type.  ...  We investigate the concept of artificial societies and identify a number of separate classes of such societies. These are compared in terms of openness, flexibility, stability, and trustfulness.  ...  Acknowledgements The author acknowledges the valuable contribution from the colleagues in the AL-FEBIITE project (IST-1999-29003) and the members of the Societies of Computation research group at Blekinge  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45584-1_1 fatcat:443yym5cyrfxxcmcqdtexeuwhm

Bio-Inspired Political Systems. Opening a Field [article]

Nathalie Mezza-Garcia
2012 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we highlight the scopes of engineering bio-inspired political systems, which are political systems based on the properties of life that self-organize the increasing complexity of human social  ...  which humans decide.  ...  Acknowledgments: I sincerely thank Nelson Alfonso Gómez Cruz for the fructiferous conversations we had during the writing of this paper, his comments, suggestions and improvements on my graphics.  ... 
arXiv:1211.2787v1 fatcat:tgzpeetjr5ft7iziez72j4f27y

Synthesis of human-nature feedbacks

Vanessa Hull, Mao-Ning Tuanmu, Jianguo Liu
2015 Ecology and Society  
One of the central components of the CHANS framework involves examining feedbacks among human and natural systems, which form when effects from one system on another system feed back to affect the first  ...  In today's globalized world, humans and nature are inextricably linked. The coupled human and natural systems (CHANS) framework provides a lens with which to understand such complex interactions.  ...  Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (US-IALE) conference and the development of the special feature inspired by the symposium.  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-07404-200317 fatcat:vpexaoo6enbubgxkjdvcwn2t3a

Structured, Transitional and Unstructured Civil Societies: An Institutional Approach

Rubén Méndez Reategui
2021 Procesos de Mercado: revista europea de economia politica  
In addition, it has been assumed in this paper that the permanent display of individualism (economic subjectivism) in civil society occurs through the interaction of associative agents (Garcia-Guadilla  ...  This categorization was, in part, inspired by Parsons' (1966, p. 33) contribution to functional sociology: «Society is an intelligent structure, rationally structured to integrate its com-plex parts into  ...  essay «The Results of Human Action not of Human Design».  ... 
doi:10.52195/pm.v11i2.172 fatcat:vw5qtnlpmzanrppexqdfszuqca

Guest editorial bio-inspired networking

Falko Dressler, Tatsuya Suda, Iacopo Carreras, Jon Crowcroft, Masayuki Murata
2010 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
We are content that the selected papers highlight some of the best and most innovative ideas in the upcoming field of bio-inspired networking.  ...  munication is addressed as one of the most promising paradigms for nanonetworks. The objective of this paper is the development of a physical channel model for molecular communication.  ...  The agent communication protocol is inspired by the epidemics dynamics.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2010.100501 fatcat:n6cipu2ed5aghlvzm7ju7uyzcu
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