Gossip, Sexual Recombination and the El Farol Bar: modelling the emergence of heterogeneity

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@InProceedings{edmonds:1998:gsrefb,
  author =       "Bruce Edmonds",
  title =        "Gossip, Sexual Recombination and the {El Farol Bar:}
                 modelling the emergence of heterogeneity",
  booktitle =    "Proceedings of the 1998 Conference on Computation in
                 Economics, Finance and Engineering",
  year =         "1998",
  address =      "Cambridge",
  month =        jun,
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  URL =          "http://cogprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/archive/00000514/",
  URL =          "http://cogprints.org/514/5/emhet.pdf",
  abstract =     "Brian Arthur's `El Farol Bar' model is extended so
                 that the agents also learn and communicate. The
                 learning and communication is implemented using an
                 evolutionary process acting upon a population of mental
                 models inside each agent. The evolutionary process is
                 based on a Genetic Programming algorithm. Each gene is
                 composed of two tree-structures: one to control its
                 action and one to determine its communication. A
                 detailed case-study from the simulations show how the
                 agents have differentiated so that by the end of the
                 run they had taken on very different roles. Thus the
                 introduction of a flexible learning process and an
                 expressive internal representation has allowed the
                 emergence of heterogeneity.

                 agents also learn and communicate. Each gene is
                 composed of two tree-structures: one to control its
                 actions and one to determine communication.",
  notes =        "coevolution, bounded rationality. Communicate (talk)
                 one branch first. Then action (go to bar OR not go).
                 STGP. page 3 {"}total population was 5 in this
                 example{"}. SDML. problem specific terminal and
                 function sets (different for two branches)

                 See \cite{edmonds:1999:gsrefb}",
}

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