Grammatical Models of Multi-Agent Systems (Topics in Computer Mathematics)
Grammatical Models of Multi-Agent Systems (Topics in Computer Mathematics) by Gheorghe Paun, A Salomaa
Grammatical Models of Multi-Agent Systems (Topics in Computer Mathematics) Author: Gheorghe Paun, A Salomaa
Title: Grammatical Models of Multi-Agent Systems (Topics in Computer Mathematics)
ISBN: 9056991779
ISBN13: 978-9056991777
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Pages: 360 pages
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (February 22, 1999)
Language: English
Category: Computers & Technology
Size PDF version: 1386 kb
Size EPUB version: 1866 kb
Subcategory: Computer Science




Containing contributions from both theoretical computer scientists and people working in areas where multi-agent architectures are involved (artificial intelligence, artificial life, linguistics, managing complex systems), this book presents both theoretical developments and applications of grammar systems of various types (cooperating distributed grammar systems, eco-grammar). A survey of notions and results in grammar system theory is included. This book, the first one of its type, is of interest to researchers faced with complex systems which can be approached at a "syntactic" level (as symbol manipulating systems), as a distributed structure, as well as for computer scientists and mathematicians interested in grammar systems theory, who can find here both basic references, recent developments and suggestions for further research and applications.