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October 1999 (Vol 5. No. 3)
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Contents of the Special Issue
The Contents of the Special Issue (October 1999, 5:3) are:
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Editorial: Social Intelligence by Bruce
Edmonds and Kerstin
Dautenhahn, page 199-201.
Social Intelligence Amoung Autonomous Agents by Rosario
Conte, page 203-228.
Making Organizational Learning Operational: Implications from Learning
Classifier Systems by Keike
Takadama, Takao Terano, Katsunori Shimohara, Koichi
Hori and Shinichi Nakasuka, page 229-252.
Collective Intelligence and its Implementation on the Web: Algorithms
to Develop a Collective Mental Map by Francis
Heylighen, page 253-280.
On Evolving Social Systems: Communication, Speciation and Symbiogenesis
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