Marcel AUSLOOS1 & Paulette CLIPPE1 Janusz MISKIEWICZ2 & Andrzej PEKALSKI2
SUPRATECS, B5, University of Liège, Euroland 2 Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Wroclaw, Poland

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Table of content    Title and references General considerations Basic model – Parameters – Results : concentration. …  Cases of best fitted companies – Cycles and chaos  Cases of delayed policy implementation – Cycles and chaos . cycles. fitness.

Considerations     Delocalization & globalization processes! Time and space varying economic conditions? Berlin wall effect : “change in volume” Role of “agent” interactions : connect “macro”-economy to “micro”-model    Economic cycles ? Chaotic behaviours? Control parameters .

F) => company disappears Companies must move : one step at a time and “interact” Business plan b: merging or creating spin-off N.t.(initial) Model         The world is a lattice with square symmetry With different (all equal in size) regions : 3 ! West : wonderful ! Exist company concentration c Each company is a scalar number f : [0. Berlin wall effect : “change in volume”  .1] If “not fit” w. (s.r.B.

move it Look for partner : merge with probability b create spin off with probability 1-b . III Give some random f value to each company Check if company survives under conditional probability   If company can move. II.Algorithm    Choose initial concentration c(0) in I.

Parameters           lattice type (could be off-lattice treatment) region sizes and numbers initial concentrations company is defined by one scalar number f !!!!! selection pressures s (and sequences) local field constraints F (and sequences) types of motion (and sequences) types of company interactions (and sequences) business plan priorities b !!! (and sequences) evolution equations for f (and sequences) .

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