By Thomas Stümpert, Detlef Seese, Malte Sunderkötter (auth.), M. Beckmann, H. P. Künzi, Prof. Dr. G. Fandel, Prof. Dr. W. Trockel, A. Basile, A. Drexl, H. Dawid, K. Inderfurth, W. Kürsten, U. Schittko, Prof. Philippe Mathieu, Dr. Bruno Beaufils, Prof. Olivie
Agent-based Computational Economics (ACE) is a brand new self-discipline of economics, principally grounded on techniques like evolution, auto-organisation and emergence: it intensively makes use of computing device simulations in addition to man made intelligence, often in keeping with multi-agents structures. the aim of this publication is to provide an up-to date view of the medical creation within the fields of Agent-based Computational Economics (mainly in industry Finance and online game Theory). in response to communications given at AE'2005 (Lille, USTL, France), this e-book bargains a large landscape of contemporary advances in ACE (both theoretical and methodological) that might curiosity teachers in addition to practitioners.
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Artificial Economics: Agent-Based Methods in Finance, Game Theory and Their Applications by Thomas Stümpert, Detlef Seese, Malte Sunderkötter (auth.), M. Beckmann, H. P. Künzi, Prof. Dr. G. Fandel, Prof. Dr. W. Trockel, A. Basile, A. Drexl, H. Dawid, K. Inderfurth, W. Kürsten, U. Schittko, Prof. Philippe Mathieu, Dr. Bruno Beaufils, Prof. Olivie