Trust building models and self-organizing systems / complexity theory

Posted in Science on July 30, 2008

Trust building models and self-organizing systems / complexity theory

Lecture slides:

  • PoSS~ibilities
  • What form of Complexity?
  • Complexity Theory: “… focuses on complex, non-linear, open systems. Complex systems respond to perturbation by self-organizing into emergent forms that cannot be predicted from understanding of its
  • PoSS: Measures and Models
  • PoSS~ibilities ….. A PHILOSOPHICAL PAUSE …..
  • PoSS~ibilities Mapping Complexity produces 4 classes:
  • Mathematical and computational tools for inferring the causal architecture And these are pretty complicated. Tools from Dynamical Systems Theory; Statistical Mechanics, and Algorithmic approaches to
  • PoSS # 1: This ‘fractal’ art structure is a beautiful example of how form emerges from ‘order’ parameters of self-organizing systems over time. In this case, someone ‘tweaked’ them (played) and to ou
  • PoSS # 2: The FUTURE is dependent on what is what is happening NOW; What is happening NOW is a ‘state’ in a system; NOW is a combination of outside and inside ‘coupling’ This is a SYSTEM
  • PoSS # 4
  • PoSS # 5:
  • PoSS # 6
  • PoSS # 7: GLOBAL scale Ordering
  • PoSS # 8
  • PoSS # 9
  • Aims
  • Assumptions about computation in the brain basis of Connectionist. Models
  • Advantages of Connectionism
  • Advantages of C.M.
  • Recurrent Architecture: Flow of Activation
  • Flow of Activation
  • Communication
  • Flow of Activation RE01
  • Communication RE01
  • Distributed Cognition
  • Distributed Cognition the collaboration link?
  • Distributed Cognition RE01
  • Distributed Cognition the collaboration link? RE01
  • Collaboration & C.M.
  • Multi-Agent Model: Activation Flow
  • Multi-Agent Model: Weight Change
  • Role of trust weights-part01
  • Applications
  • Role of trust weights-part02
  • Maxim of Quantity
  • Maxim of Quantity (Novelty) Lyons & Kashima (2003)
  • Role of trust weights: Implication
  • Hutchins: Getting internal agencies into co-ordination with external structure
  • Disturbed cognition

Author: Margeret Heath, Free University of Brussels

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