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4.2 Intelligent Agents
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The next state of a computational model is completely determined by actions taken in this state.
Unpredictable phenomena that occur as the result of the interaction of simple individual behaviors.
A means for solving a wide variety of computational problems using evolutionary theory as a model.
In fractals, the idea that you can always continue to generate more depth within the model of a fractal.
A grouping of artificial neurons working communicating with one another to solve problems.
A single, simple, artificial neuron.
In fractals, the notion that one part of a fractal will be similar to another part at a different location, magnification, or orientation.
The next state of a computational model cannot be determined ahead of time due to some element of randomness.
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