By Hiroshi Deguchi (auth.), Kiyoshi Arai D.Eng., Hiroshi Deguchi D.Sc, D.Econ., Hiroyuki Matsui D.Eng. (eds.)
This choice of first-class papers cultivates a brand new viewpoint on agent-based social approach sciences, gaming simulation, and their hybridization. lots of the papers integrated right here have been offered within the exact consultation titled Agent-Based Modeling Meets Gaming Simulation at ISAGA2003, the thirty fourth annual convention of the overseas Simulation and Gaming organization (ISAGA) at Kazusa Akademia Park in Kisarazu, Chiba, Japan, August 25–29, 2003. This post-proceedings used to be supported through the twenty-?rst century COE (Centers of Excellence) software production of Agent-Based Social structures Sciences (ABSSS), demonstrated on the Tokyo Institute of know-how in 2004. the current quantity includes papers submitted to the detailed consultation of ISAGA2003 and offers an excellent instance of the various scope and traditional of analysis completed in simulation and gaming at the present time. The subject of the detailed consultation at ISAGA2003 used to be Agent-Based Modeling Meets Gaming Simulation. these days, agent-based simulation is changing into highly regarded for modeling and fixing advanced social phenomena. it's also used to reach at sensible strategies to social difficulties. whilst, although, the validity of simulation doesn't exist within the magni?cence of the version. R. Axelrod stresses the simplicity of the agent-based simulation version in the course of the “Keep it uncomplicated, silly” (KISS) precept: As a terrific, basic modeling is essential.
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The Second Simulation In a hybrid-gaming simulation, to create AI agents that compete against human players successfully is very important and in the second simulation agents were The Gaming of Firm Strategy in High-Tech Industry 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 Cash Tec Lv (x10) Production 37 human1 human2 human3 human4 human5 human6 profit1 profit2 profit3 profit4 share1 share2 share3 share4 tecLv1 tecLv2 tecLv3 tecLv4 Fig. 3. Results of the second simulation tuned in an attempt to improve their performance.
However, the results of a questionnaire survey revealed that agents generally focused on price movements of futures (charts), but when level data was released, the importance of charts decreased as they referred to the level data. Accordingly, it is possible that as human agents become more skilled, they use level data more actively and trading results are affected. Econophysical analysis did not conﬁrm the random walk assumption in price ﬂuctuation obtained from the experiment, and a farﬂung distribution called “high peak, fat tail” was observed.
In Fig. 3, we have illustrated the moving averages and conﬁdence intervals for 8000 simulations. An experimental gaming result is shown in Fig. 2. This game tends to bring about mistakes by human players among demand forecasts, transportation duration, and time lags, such that human players may be disadvantageous. On the other hand, the very large demand in certain rounds is hardly predictable by software agents. This makes human players advantageous. In this case, (Fig. 2) the ﬁrst and last players are both humans, and the second and second last players are software agents.