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Time/Iterations

CAS systems unfold over the course of time, as agents continuously adjust their behaviors in response to feedback. Each iteration of agent behavior can be considered as a 'test' - with productive tests being reinforced and unproductive tests being abandoned. The more time to produce tests, and the more iterations of tests, the more likely a system is to gravitate towards fit configurations. Learn More about Time/Iterations →


Self Similarity

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Rule Based

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No Central Control

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Feedback

A feedback loop is a system where energy or information that is an input to a system is transformed to become an output, which then acts in such a way that it is transformed into a new input in a continuous cycle. Learn More about Feedback →


Evolving

CAS systems evolve over the course of time. That is to say that the agents that form the system will continuously adjust their independent behaviors in such a way that the overall behavior of the system becomes more fit. General Darwinian processes of Variation, Selection and Retention of desired characteristics help drive the system. Learn More about Evolving →


Bottom-up

Complex Systems are generated from the local interactions of multiple AGENTS. These agents are not actively striving to achieve any form of 'global' structure or pattern, but simply behave in their own self interests. Hence, we describe CAS dynamics as being generated from 'the bottom up' as opposed to 'the top down' as would be the case in traditional hierarchical organizations. Learn More about Bottom-up →


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