Agent-Based Approaches in Economic and Social Complex Systems V: Post-Proceedings of The AESCS International Workshop 2007 / Edition 1

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Overview

Agent-based modeling/simulation is an emergent approach to the analysis of social and economic systems. It provides a bottom-up experimental method to be applied to social sciences such as economics, management, sociology, and politics as well as some engineering fields dealing with social activities. This book includes selected papers presented at the Fifth International Workshop on Agent-Based Approaches in Economic and Social Complex Systems held in Tokyo in 2007. It contains two invited papers given as the plenary and invited talks in the workshop and 21 papers presented in the six regular sessions: Organization and Management; Fundamentals of Agent-Based and Evolutionary Approaches; Production, Services and Urban Systems; Agent-Based Approaches to Social Systems; and Market and Economics I and II. The research presented here shows the state of the art in this rapidly growing field.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9784431874331
  • Publisher: Springer Japan
  • Publication date: 11/28/2008
  • Series: Agent-Based Social Systems Series , #6
  • Edition description: 2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 290
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface V

Committees and Chairs of AESCS'07 VI

Plenary Talk

Genetic Programming and Agent-Based Computational Economics: From Autonomous Agents to Product Innovation Shu-Heng Chen 3

Invited Talk

Simulating the Emergence of Complex Cultural Beliefs M. Afzal Upal Rik Warren 17

Organization and Management

Synchronization in Mobile Agents and Effects of Network Topology Masaru Aoyagi Akira Namatame 31

Evaluation of Mass User Support Strategies in Theme Park Problem Yasushi Yanagita Keiji Suzuki 43

Agent-Based Simulation to Analyze Business Office Activities Using Reinforcement Learning Yukinao Kenjo Takashi Yamada Takao Terano 55

Fundamentals of Agent-Based and Evolutionary Approaches

A Model of Mental Model Formation in a Social Context Umberto Gostoli 69

A Thought on the Continuity Hypothesis and the Origin of Societal Evolution Kazuhisa Taniguchi 81

Modeling a Small Agent Society Based on Social Choice Logic Programming Kenryo Indo 93

Production, Services and Urban Systems

Modeling and Development of an Autonomous Pedestrian Agent - As a Simulation Tool for Crowd Analysis for Spatial Design Toshiyuki Kaneda Yanfeng He 107

Agent-based Adaptive Production Scheduling - A Study on Cooperative-Competition in Federated Agent Architecture Jayeola Femi Opadiji Toshiya Kaihara 119

A Simulation Analysis of Shop-around Behavior in a Commercial District as an Intelligent Agent Approach - A Case Study of Osu District of Nagoya City - Takumi Yoshida Toshiyuki Kaneda 131

Interacting Advertising and Production Strategies - A Model Approach on Customers' Communication Networks Jurgen Wockl 143

Agent-Based Approaches to Social Systems

A Method to TranslateCustomers' Actions in Store into the Answers of Questionnaire for Conjoint Analysis Hiroshi Sato Masao Kubo Akira Namatame 157

Agent-Based Simulation of Learning Social Norms in Traffic Signal Systems Kokolo Ikeda Ikuo Morisugi Hajime Kita 169

Discovery of Family Tradition with Inverse Simulation Setsuya Kurahashi 181

Analysis of Focal Information of Individuals: Gaming Approach to C2C Market Hitoshi Yamamoto Kazunari Ishida Toshizumi Ohta 193

Market and Economy I

Social Network Characteristics and the Evolution of Investor Sentiment Nicholas S.P. Tay 207

From the Simplest Price Formation Models to Paradigm of Agent-Based Computational Finance: A First Step Takashi Yamada Takao Terano 219

On Emergence of Money in Self-organizing Doubly Structural Network Model Masaaki Kunigami Masato Kobayashi Satoru Yamadera Takao Terano 231

Market and Economy II

Scale-Free Networks Emerged in the Markets: Human Traders versus Zero-Intelligence Traders Jie-Jun Tseng Shu-Heng Chen Sun-Chong Wang Sai-Ping Li 245

A Model of Market Structure Dynamics with Boundedly Rational Agents Tatsuo Yanagita Tamotsu Onozaki 255

Agent-Based Analysis of Lead User Innovation in Consumer Product Market Kotaro Ohori Shingo Takahashi 267

Agent-Based Stochastic Model of Barter and Monetary Exchange Igor Pospelov Alexandra Zhukova 279

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