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|Title:||"It's All About Me" - Anthropomorphised - Part 1|
University of Sydney Business School
|Series/Report no.:||ABM Wednesday Colloquium|
|Abstract:||Present electronic markets, which focus on the backend transaction processing system and catalogue-style interaction, do not provide the perception that there are people behind them. This research approaches believability from an indivisual stance – “It’s all about me”. Every player and the environment should adjust towards that person. We develop the concept of an immersive normative multiagent system that delivers electronic market technology that supports believability.|
|Description:||Presentation by Professor John Debenham from the University of Technology, Sydney at the Agent-Based Modelling Intensive Course Wednesday Colloquium, held at The University of Sydney Business School in July 2011. Professor John Debenham takes us through his research collaboration with Professor Simeon Simoff on making models more reflective of real-world environments by making models more respectable and believable. This first part of the "It's All About Me" presentation looks at the theory side of the research, focusing on agent relationships and systems, whether Game Theory is relevant to making relationships believable, and the concepts of trust & respect in agent-based models.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||University of Sydney Business School|
|Type of Work:||Presentation|
|Appears in Collections:||Agent-Based Modelling|
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