The material is presented in four parts, with the first providing an overview of the intersection and co-evolution
of the two fields from the perspectives of the agent community and social science; the second discussing the use of simulation in multi-agent systems; the third examining the use of multi-agent systems for simulation; and the last presenting a number of state-of-the-art platforms and tools for multi-agent systems and simulations.
I think we've found evidence for the co-evolution
of an important grass family trait by totally different genes," Kochian says.
of usage and techniques has to go through a double adaptation: customers have to be trained in the use of complex products and inventors who "do not know what they do not know" have to observe and analyze the uncontrolled and diverted usages that new products undergo.
O'Neill called Stewart Brand, publisher of the Whole Earth Catalog and, since 1974, Co-Evolution
Most of such studies have focused on restructuring and transformations of existing organizations and have not been specifically concerned with the co-evolution
of organizations and their environment and the emergence of new organizational forms.
of the Geosphere and Biosphere,
Key ecological mechanisms identified in the first two parts of the project will be used to guide mesocosm experiments to experimentally confirm that these mechanisms are the drivers of the observed patterns of resistance and co-evolution
Analysis of historical cases shows how law and economics affect each other in this overview of the co-evolution
of law and economics from the 19th century to the present.
The topics include definitions and evidence for culture in non-human primates, studying cultural transmission within an interdisciplinary cultural evolutionary framework, the co-evolution
between bentwood box traditions and languages on the Pacific Northwest coast, the transmission of ethnobotanical knowledge and skills among Tsimane' in the Bolivian Amazon, implications of plant exchange and social performance for knowledge transfer in British allotments, and lineages of cultural transmission.
The observations trace the co-evolution
of the virus and antibodies, ultimately leading to the development of a strain of the potent antibodies in this subject, and they could provide insights into strategies to elicit similar antibodies by vaccination.
An introductory section covers the history of Alaskan mammalogy, regional overviews and a discussion of the Beringian Co-evolution
It's a very good example of genetic and cultural co-evolution
because we have the development of a cultural innovation--the domestication of cattle--and the rise of a genetic mutation that played a role in the cultural development.