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  • Author:
    Guy Theraulaz,Eric Bonabeau
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    0195131592
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    978-0195131598
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    Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 23, 1999)
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Eric Bonabeau; Guy Theraulaz; Marco Dorigo Swarm Intelligence: From Natural to Artificial Systems (Santa Fe Institute Studies on the Sciences of Complexity). ISBN 13: 9780195131598.

The book sums up a new, fascinating way of devloping algorithms, multi-agent systems and robot swarms based on examples of maybe the most successful social systems found . A good synthesis of studies on swarm intelligence

The book sums up a new, fascinating way of devloping algorithms, multi-agent systems and robot swarms based on examples of maybe the most successful social systems found on earth. That makes it well worth reading" JASSS. A good synthesis of studies on swarm intelligence. It is fascinating to see how complex intelligent behavior can emerge from simple rules and numerous interactions without any plan or centralized coordination. Algorithms inspired by social insects can be applied in many disciplines.

PDF On Jan 1, 2001, Eric Bonabeau and others published SWARM INTELLIGENCE : FROM NATURAL TO ARTIFICIAL . Westin Hotel, Santa Clara, CA. Dumb parts, properly connected. into a swarm, yield smart.

PDF On Jan 1, 2001, Eric Bonabeau and others published SWARM INTELLIGENCE : FROM NATURAL TO ARTIFICIAL SYSTEMS, E. BONABEAU, M. DORIGO, G. THERAULAZ.

Eric Bonabeau, Marco Dorigo and Guy Theraulaz New York, NY: Oxford University Press, Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity 1999 Paper: ISBN 0-19-513159-2. With their book Swarm Intelligence: From Natural to Artificial Systems Eric Bonabeau, Marco Dorigo and Guy Theraulaz - pioneers of so called ant optimisation and the simulation of social insects - do not only provide an overview of the state of the art in swarm intelligence.

Informacje o autorze (1999). Eric Bonabeau is at Santa Fe Institute. Marco Dorigo is at Free University of Brussels.

The book will be an invaluable resource for a broad range of disciplines. Informacje o autorze (1999). Informacje bibliograficzne.

Eric Bonabeau Sante Fe Institute Sante Fe, New Mexico USA. Marco Dorigo FNRS Belgium. Guy Theraulaz CNRS France. Sante Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity. New York Oxford Oxford University Press 1999. Oxford University Press Oxford New York Athens Auckland Bangkok Bogota Buenos Aires Calcutta Cape Town Chennai Dar es Salaam Delhi Florence Hong Kong Istanbul Karachi Kuala Lumpur Madrid Melbourne Mexico City Mumbai Nairobi Paris Sao Paulo Singapore Taipei Tokyo Toronto Warsaw and associated companies in Berlin Ibadan.

Eric Bonabeau, Marco Dorigo, Guy Theraulaz. Kihong Park, Walter Willinger. 9780195157208 Hardback 19 May 2005 Santa Fe Institute Studies on the Sciences of Complexity. 9780195131598 Paperback 21 October 1999 Santa Fe Institute Studies on the Sciences of Complexity. The Economy As an Evolving Complex System III. Current Perspectives and Future Directions. Lawrence E. Blume, Steven N. Durlauf. The Internet As a Large-Scale Complex System.

Artificial and Natural Intelligence. Noyce Conference Room. In 2018 we are focusing on the complexity of intelligence, both natural and artificial. Artificial and Natural Intelligence. SFI plans theme years through a series of small discussion meetings-which we call sherpa meetings-in each preceding year that establish a range of topics for working groups, pinpoint key challenges facing a field, and most importantly, identify individuals with novel, intriguing, or radical ideas. A defining feature of complex systems is their ability to encode, store, process and employ functional information.

This work talks about swarm intelligence, a subfield of artificial intelligence.

Book details Author : Eric Bonabeau Pages : 324 pages Publisher : Oxford University Press, . This work talks about swarm intelligence, a subfield of artificial intelligence.

Social insects--ants, bees, termites, and wasps--can be viewed as powerful problem-solving systems with sophisticated collective intelligence. Composed of simple interacting agents, this intelligence lies in the networks of interactions among individuals and between individuals and the environment. A fascinating subject, social insects are also a powerful metaphor for artificial intelligence, and the problems they solve--finding food, dividing labor among nestmates, building nests, responding to external challenges--have important counterparts in engineering and computer science. This book provides a detailed look at models of social insect behavior and how to apply these models in the design of complex systems. The book shows how these models replace an emphasis on control, preprogramming, and centralization with designs featuring autonomy, emergence, and distributed functioning. These designs are proving immensely flexible and robust, able to adapt quickly to changing environments and to continue functioning even when individual elements fail. In particular, these designs are an exciting approach to the tremendous growth of complexity in software and information. Swarm Intelligence draws on up-to-date research from biology, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, robotics, operations research, and computer graphics, and each chapter is organized around a particular biological example, which is then used to develop an algorithm, a multiagent system, or a group of robots. The book will be an invaluable resource for a broad range of disciplines.

Grokinos
Arrived on time and is exactly as advertised.
Hanad
Amazing use of artificial intelligence.
Mave
Compared to "Swarm intelligence" by James Kennedy, this one is not introductive but gets quite deep into the working of applying the "swarm" paradigm to optimization problems. I would rather recommmend for a person not used to meta-heuristics and optimization to first go to the book by Kennedy. Only if one is interested in using swarm for solving real optimization problems reading this one is a good idea.
This book illustrates several features of swarm behavior that can be leveraged for optimization. The authors writing style is equivalent to technical papers, so be prepared...this is no easy book.
Realistic
A good synthesis of studies on swarm intelligence. It is fascinating to see how complex intelligent behavior can emerge from simple rules and numerous interactions without any plan or centralized coordination. Algorithms inspired by social insects can be applied in many disciplines. It is a book easy to understand but difficult to read through for those who don't love algorithms. It includes a very neat introduction to the subject with many clear examples. Everyone should read that part and at least throw a glance at the rest of the book.
Water
The book of Bonabeau, Dorigo, and Theraulaz is an excellent example of synergetic work between a physicist, an engineer, and a biologist. The Swarm Intelligence principles are first described and understood through models in natural systems and then translated in optimization algorithms, distributed algorithms for robotic control, and so on. Even if the book does not completely succeed in linking all three disciplines together - computer science, engineering, and biology - under a sound, common formalism, it represents an extremely up to date collection of work carried out worldwide in the field of Swarm Intelligence. I strongly believe in the future of this field and of its applications to problems hard to tackle with classical techniques. This book summarizes in an very equilibrated way the early, promising steps of Swarm Intelligence.