By H. Deguchi

In agent-based modeling the point of interest is particularly a lot on agent-based simulation, as simulation is a crucial instrument for agent-based modeling. We additionally use agent-based simulation during this publication with a rigidity at the mathematical beginning of agent-based modeling. We introduce unique mathematical frameworks, a thought of SLD (Social studying Dynamics) and an axiomatic conception of financial alternate (Exchange Algebra) between brokers. trade algebra provides bottom-up reconstruction of SNA (System of nationwide Accountings). SLD presents the idea that of oblique regulate of socio-economic structures to regulate structural swap and its balance. We additionally examine agent-based simulation with gaming simulation and examine the epistemological starting place of agent-based modeling.

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FIG. ·:·····.. . ·: ·······-rz~. ··:· ···· ·L. 5 SLD for Meta Norm 1 ·1 · • · · · · · · · · · · ·1 ··1. ~ : :l .. 4] Let £ and t::' be positive perturbation around Pc = 1 and positive perturbation around PMV = 0 respectively. If £ and t::' are the same scale of positive perturbation and c > d then PV = 1 is stable. Proof: We show that dPV/dt > 0. dPV/dt = PV x (1 - PV) x (EV- Env). Then dPV/dt > 0 ~ EV > Env ~ -d x (1- Pc) > -c x PMV holds. From the assumptions -d x (1 - Pc) > -c x PMV ~ -d£ > -c x t::' holds and £ and t::' are same scale of perturbation.

DP/dt = 0 means steady states of the replicator dynamics. Then (1) p = 1, (2) p = 0 and (3) p = (Q- S)/(R + Q- S- T) are possible steady states. Where 0 < P = (Q- S)/(R + Q- S- T) < 1 is required. From the assumption P = (Q- S)/(R + Q- S- T) > 1 holds. Thus there exist only two possible steady states such as p = 1 or p = 0. dP/dt < 0 also holds. Thus only P = 0 is stable, which means, as the game theory state, D is a dominant solution with these dynamics. Next we try to formulate an indirect control by varying the boundary conditions of social learning dynamics.

The other is commitment rationality, which means that agents have mutual 42 3. A Social and Organiza tional Learning Model of Decision Making FIG. 13 Meta Commitm ent Through Knowled ge and Informati on with Network Reputati on and hierarch ical commitm ents such as "norm" or "meta norm". Why are commitment s rational in a given situation ? This question is a generaliz ation of the one that asks why the norm collapses or does not collapse. 3]. But it brings up the next question of why the meta norm collapse s or does not collapse.

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