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2009
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Thinking Integral: How to Build Complex Systems That Live with People and Exhibit Collective Intelligence

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Thinking Integral: How to Build Complex Systems That Live with People and Exhibit Collective Intelligence
009), which constitutes an abstraction of the various aspects of a MAS, generalizing the AGR approach and incorporating the institutional work of Searle (Searle 1995). This model is based on a 4-quadrant conceptual framework, where the analysis and design of a system is performed along two axes: an interior/exterior dimension and an individual/collective dimension. We will give a conceptual definition of this approach and we will show that it is possible of applying it to practical problems in the computer science fields. We will give some ideas about its use as a methodological tool and also how this model could be used to represent human organizations, through the various diagrams and notations that are proposed. Collective intelligence, which is how intelligence emerges from the interaction of several entities, has been recently proposed as a conceptual tool to analyze and design new decentralized forms of human collaboration
Jacques Ferber
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where ESAW
Authors Jacques Ferber
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