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Browning Agents and Active Particles

Collective Dynamics in the Natural and Social Sciences

Browning Agents and Active Particles by Frank Schweitzer
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"This book lays out a vision for a coherent framework for understanding complex systems" (from the foreword by J. Doyne Farmer). By developing the genuine idea of Brownian agents, the author combines concepts from informatics, such as multiagent systems, with approaches of statistical many-particle physics. This way, an efficient method for computer simulations of complex systems is developed which is also accessible to analytical investigations and quantitative predictions. The book demonstrates that Brownian agent models can be successfully applied in many different contexts, ranging from physicochemical pattern formation, to active motion and swarming in biological systems, to self-assembling of networks, evolutionary optimization, urban growth, economic agglomeration and even social systems.
Springer; January 2007
426 pages; ISBN 9783540738459
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Author: Frank Schweitzer
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