[Modeling] Response to Social Aspect.
Dr. Hong Zhu
Dr. Hong Zhu" <email@example.com
Thu, 10 Apr 2003 10:59:17 +0800
Hi, Jim, Yanqi, Radovan, Misty, Massimo, and everybody,
I am happy to do some organisation work for this modelling area, although I am no expert in this area at all.
Could you please let me know your opinions about what we should put in the document and provide some sources of information on this topic? I'll try to assemble an outline in the next couple of days.
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Odell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "ModelingTC" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2003 9:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Modeling] Response to Social Aspect.
> Dear Yanqi,
> Good ideas. Perhaps you and Hong Zhu <firstname.lastname@example.org> would like to
> propose an outline for the "Social Aspect" modeling area? You two seem to
> have the interest and time to organise it.
> On 4/8/03 6:55 AM, "wilunyan_2001" indited:
> > Dear all,
> > Response to Jim's , "
> > This is primarily the goal for the "Social Aspect"
> > modeling area. See http://www.auml.org/auml/projects/
> > Having said that, there is little or no work on
> > this "Social Aspect" document. I ask that you and
> > others on the team start suggesting topics (and even
> > outlines) of what should go into this document."
> > The basic questions are agent and social organization.
> > On agent. An agent firstly is a living being that
> > can do certian basic actions, has certain attributes.
> > For example, if remove the society from a human being,
> > he/she just has the attributes: height, weight, eye
> > color, etc. And he/she just can run, eat, beat, etc.
> > However, he/she knows how to react to certain
> > sitmulations, too.
> > On social organization. A number of philosophers tried
> > to illustrate interactions and collaborations in
> > certain social organizations. However, few of
> > their fruits have been considered by computer
> > scientists. What mechanism makes a group of agents
> > become a social organization? What mechanism results
> > to emergent behavior. The best known examples are
> > ants or swallows, in which each individual bahaves
> > under simple rules but the group represents
> > comparatively complexity.
> > Other interesting questions are under organized.
> > Waiting for your reply.
> > Best regards,
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