New Results In A Self-Organized Model Of Technological Evolution
AbstractWe present new results in a model of technological evolution which displays different macroscopic behaviors based on very simple microscopic rules of local interaction. The main features are criticality and self-organization. We give information about new scaling relation and study the roughness of the spatial technological profile. We verify that the performance is optimized in the critical region independently of the dynamical rules.
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Volume (Year): 04 (2001)
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