Complex Systems and Agent Models

Part of the Springer Series in Synergetics book series (SSSYN)


The emergence of complex behavior in a system consisting of interacting elements is among the most fascinating phenomena of our world. Examples can be found in almost every field of today’s scientific interest, ranging from coherent pattern formation in physical and chemical systems [86, 142, 263], to the motion of swarms of animals in biology [98, 383, 561] and the behavior of social groups [449, 518, 536].


Brownian Motion Multiagent System Langevin Equation Agent Model Planck Equation 
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