Learning Dynamics in an Artificial Currency Market
This paper considers the behavior of the exchange rate in a very simple artificial currency market with two currencies and artificial agents who evolve their forecast rules over time via a genetic algorithm. I consider two simple forecast rules, one linear and the other non-linear. Under the first rule, learning tends to be rapid and complete. Under the second, learning can generate persistent exchange rate dynamics.
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