Analysis and the Action Curve of Agent Zero: Theory and Simulation

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In this thesis I explore a theoretical neurocognitively ground agent put forth by Joshua Epstein to advance social science research. In particular I begin to develop a probabilistic framework in which theoretical predictions can be made about the dynamics of Agent Zero. Furthermore, I study the collective behavior of an ensemble of Einstein's agents and compare the results with a modified version.

Supervisor: Maxi San Miguel

Jury: Tobias Galla, Maxi San Miguel, Raul Toral

Presential in the IFISC meeting room (room 215), with parallel Zoom stream:

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Tobias Galla

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