Advanced Dynamic Modeling of Economic and Social Systems by Myriam P. Sassano, Araceli N. Proto (auth.), Araceli N.

By Myriam P. Sassano, Araceli N. Proto (auth.), Araceli N. Proto, Massimo Squillante, Janusz Kacprzyk (eds.)

In this quantity contemporary advances within the use of recent quantitative types for the research of varied difficulties relating to the dynamics of social and financial structures are offered. the bulk chapters describe instruments and strategies of greatly perceived computational intelligence, significantly fuzzy common sense, evolutionary computation, neural networks and a few non-standard probabilistic and statistical analyses. because of the excessive complexity of the structures and difficulties thought of, in lots of occasions it's important to think about even as analytic, topological and statistical points and follow acceptable techniques and algorithms. This quantity is an instantaneous results of vibrant discussions held in the course of the 5th overseas Workshop on Dynamics of Social and low-priced structures (DYSES) which was once held at Benevento, Italy September 20-25, 2010, in addition to a few post-workshop conferences and consultations.

Show description

Read or Download Advanced Dynamic Modeling of Economic and Social Systems PDF

Best nonfiction_8 books

Solar Thermal Power Plants: Achievements and Lessons Learned Exemplified by the SSPS Project in Almeria/Spain

1. 1 ancient history and courting to the lEA one of many ambitions of the strength study, improvement and demonstra­ tion software of the foreign power company (lEA) is to advertise the improvement and alertness of latest and greater strength applied sciences that could in all likelihood support hide our strength wishes.

Fuzzy Preference Modelling and Multicriteria Decision Support

This booklet offers in-depth insurance of crucial effects approximately fuzzy common sense together with negations, conjunctions, disjunctions, implications and offers the interrelations among these diverse connectives. The paintings brings jointly a number of effects approximately valued binary relatives fulfilling various transitivity-type stipulations.

Lake Veluwe, a Macrophyte-dominated System under Eutrophication Stress

The constitution and functioning of eutrophicated aquatic ecosystems has got huge realization from limnologists in addition to water managers lately. rigidity has usually been on pelagic nutrients webs of deeper lakes while littoral structures or shallower lakes were much less completely investigated.

Hearing by Bats

The Springer instruction manual oj Auditory study provides a chain of com­ prehensive and artificial stories of the basic issues in smooth auditory study. it truly is geared toward all people with pursuits in listening to examine together with complex graduate scholars, postdoctoral researchers, and scientific investigators.

Extra info for Advanced Dynamic Modeling of Economic and Social Systems

Example text

As usual, I remain the sole responsible for any possible shortcoming present in this paper. it. N. Proto et al. ): Adv. Dynamic Modeling of Economic & Social Systems, SCI 448, pp. 21–29. com 22 M. 1 Flow networks are a natural modelling tool for the representation of financial networks. , when such agents are connected among themselves by financial obligations of some nature. We have applied flow networks modelling to two kinds of financial networks: financial systems and interbank liquidity networks.

Assumed to label the nodes circular wise, we allow each node to link only to the h preceding nodes and to the h following nodes in the circle. This topology reveals to be a k = 2h regular graph and we will refer to it as 2h regular ring graph. The rationale of this choice relies on the fact that for h = 1 this is the topology of a ring network. (a) h=1 (b) h=2 (c) h=3 (d) h=4 (e) h=5, complete case Fig. 1 Ring 2h regular graph of 10 nodes with h ∈ {1, . . , 5} Networks of Financial Contagion 45 Figure 1 depicts a 2h regular ring for n = 10 nodes.

Donnini (not necessarily connected) labeled n nodes graphs for n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, ... is given by 1, 2, 8, 64, 1024, 32768, ... while the number of connected labeled graphs on n nodes is given by the logarithmic transform of the preceding sequence: 1, 1, 4, 38, 728, 26704, ... (see also Sloan and Plouffe (1995)). Given the great variety of connected networks, for the sake of simplicity we focus on a subset of connected k-regular networks. e. every vertex has the same degree) is defined to be regular.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.77 of 5 – based on 6 votes